Female Friendly Sports Infrastructure Guidelines References

The following resources and references have been used throughout the guidelines. Where available, hyperlinks for the references have been provided. Click on the links below to access the specific information.

  1. Victorian Government Inquiry into Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation (2015).
  2. Victoria Police, Crime Prevention through Community Safety (2007).
  3. VicHealth, Female Participation in Sport and Physical Activity (2015).
  4. Queensland Government, Start Playing Stay Playing (2013).
  5. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Women in Sport State of Play (2013).
  6. Australian Football League, Female Football Club Guide (2016).
  7. Netball Australia, National Facilities Policy (2015).
  8. The State of Victoria, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Safer Design Guidelines for Victoria (2005).
  9. Sport England (2015), Active Design Principles.
  10. Australian Football League (2015), Preferred Facility Guidelines.
  11. Australian Government (2012) ,About Time! Women in Sport and Recreation in Australia.
  12. Moreland City Council (2009), Active Women and Girls Strategy, Volume 4.
  13. VicSport (2015), Good Governance Framework & Toolkit.
  14. Cricket Australia (2014), National Female Strategy.
  15. European Commission (2014), Gender Equality in Sport, Proposed Strategic Actions.
  16. Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation (2011), The Ideal Sports Club for Women.
  17. Women In Sport (2015), What Sways Women to Play Sport.
  18. Women In Sport (2015), Understanding Women’s Lives.
  19. Women In Sport (2015), From Barriers to Benefits.
  20. Clearing house for Sport, Women’s Sport.
  21. Football Federation Victoria (2016), Increasing Female Participation Club Workbook.
  22. University of Malaya and Victoria University (2015), Recruitment and Retention of Women in Sport and Active Recreation Programs: A guide for providers.
  23. Australian Womensport & Recreation Association (2013), A Charter for Active Australian Women.
  24. Sport England (2015), This Girl Can.
  25. Sport and Recreation Spatial (2014), Sport Participation in Victoria and the Contribution of Sport to Physical Activity Levels.
  26. Department of Health & Human Services, Universal Design.
  27. Municiple Association of Victoria (2012), Factsheet #1 Why Gender Matters: Ten Ways Local Government can Advance Gender Equity.
  28. Kotschwar, B. (2014), Women, Sports and Development – Does it Pay to Let Girls Play?, Peterson Institute for International Economics.
  29. City of Whittlesea (2014), Gender Equity Strategy.
  30. Monash City Council (2016), Active Reserve Facility Development Guidelines..
  31. Griffith University, Caroline Riot, Female Participation in Sport and Active Recreation.
  32. Hanlon, C., Morris, T., & Nabbs, S. (2010). Establishing a successful physical activity program to recruit and retain women. Sport Management Review, 13, 269-28.
  33. Eime, R., Harvey, J., Charity, M., Casey., Westerbeek, H., & Payne, W. (2016) Age Profiles of Sport Participants, BMC Sport Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation.
  34. Australian Bureau of Statistics (2016),. 8146.0 Household Use of Information Technology, Australia 2014-2015.
  35. Victoria University (2007), Count Us In: Developing Physical Activity Programmes for Women.
  36. The International Working Group on Women and Sport (2007), The Brighton Declaration on Women and Sport: Woman Sport and the Challenge of Change.