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Sporting Chance & Strike For Life
- Offering ex offenders the opportunity to gain real employment as a result of under taking nationally accredited training courses and gaining qualifications in a number of areas that include sport, health, leisure and horticultural. Delivered by Ibby Khan from Burnley City Council (Sport and play development manager).

Delivery & Growth
- Growth in body & mind and personal development. This is a programme of social cohesion, community activity, personal enhancement, social inclusion, education, alternative activities and healthy lifestyles. Delivered by Stewart McGiffin from Blackburn Council (Sport for health officer 'Grow Active').

Partnerships in Action
- How partnerships are developed and who to partner with, using Liverpool Sport Action Zone, Kensington as an example. Delivered by Rhiannon Brown from Liverpool Sport Action Zone (addressing sporting deprivation and raising aspirations to help local communities to help themselves).

Sports Apprenticeships
- Giving people the skills, education and experiences required to enter employment. Delivered by Kevin Lynch from North Huyton New Deal for Communities, Liverpool (tackling social issues by working in partnership with agencies that serve the community).

Community Cohesion
- How City in the community has effectively contributed to social fabric of the community for which it is a central focus. Delivered by Tom Flower from Manchester City FC (a registered charity delivering education, community and charitable activities across Manchester and Tameside).



 
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