Join Louise Walker from Leeds Girls Can online at 10am, 11 July where she will share insights from a project involving a group of teenage South Asian girls from Leeds.
Using a co-produced approach, the team designed an intervention to engage more girls like them in being active.
The session is suitable for anyone interested in creating environments that support people to be more active, and anyone interested in taking a co-production approach to working with young people. It may be of specific interest to teachers, youth workers, and staff aiming to work, or already working, in the physical activity sector.
The session offers:
- An in-depth guide to working in co-production with a cohort of young people to develop a project, training product or policy response
- An outline of the lived experiences and structural barriers to physical activity identified by a cohort of South Asian girls – and the solutions they identified
- Some really important take away tips, on how to ensure under-represented young people feel seen and heard throughout the co-production process
- An opportunity give your feedback to help shape the learning tools from the project, and to ask questions.
The session will be delivered by Lou Walker from Leeds Girls Can, and supported by Sally Hall from the Public Health Children and Families team, Leeds City Council.