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Sport NZ Women + Girls Summit registrations are now open!

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We are delighted to announce Arizona Leger, Emerging Director at Counties Manukau Rugby as our first keynote speaker! 

The Sport NZ Women + Girls Summit 2021 is a one-day event for those who aspire to or are currently working towards delivering more equal opportunities for women and girls to improve their physical activity and wellbeing in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
This year’s event will be particularly focussed on the experiences of girls and young women aged 16-30 and we are delighted to announce Arizona Leger as our first keynote speaker. More speakers will be announced over the coming weeks on the website.


 Wednesday 29 September

Where: Join the virtual event or get along to a physical event being hosted by our partners across Aotearoa, New Zealand
Inclusions: Earlybird, Standard and Student Registration types include access to the online event and an invitation to a physical gathering. Organisation Registrations are for the virtual event only.
Registration Website:  

Earlybird registrations are open for a limited time only. Visit the website for information about regional events, speakers and FAQs.

Registration Type Price
Earlybird (1 July to 1 September) $115
Standard (from 2 September) $230
Organisation for up to 3-5 users $345
Student (High School, Tertiary or recent graduate) Student I.D required $28

The 2021 Summit will mark 3 years since the Government launched the Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation Strategy. The event will culminate in New Zealand’s hosting of the 8th IWG World Conference on Women & Sport, from 5 – 8 May 2022 and is one of the 24 commitments made by Sport NZ in response to the Government’s strategy. Click here to find out more!

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