Alan G Knuth, Inácio Crochemore M Silva, Vincent T van Hees, Kelly Cordeira, Alícia Matijasevich, Aluísio J D Barros, Iná Santos, Ulf Ekelund, Pedro Curi Hallal (Brazil) - Research Article
818. Objectively-measured physical activity in children is influenced by social indicators rather than biological lifecourse factors: Evidence from a Brazilian cohort
Learn about the long term effects of a range of biological and social factors on children's physical activity levels.
Deborah Salvo, Olga L. Sarmiento, Rodrigo S. Reis, Adriano A.F. Hino, Manuel A. Bolivar, Pablo D. Lemoine, Priscilla B. Gonçalves, Michael Pratt (United States) - Research Article
802. En que lugares son los latinos físicamente activos y por que es importante? Resultados del estudio IPEN adultos en Bogotá, Colombia; Cuernavaca, México; y Curitiba, Brasil
Take a look at new findings from the International Physical Activity and Environment Network across three locations in Latin America in the latest GlobalPANet Spanish commentary.
Ruth Jeanes, Justen O’ Connor, Laura Alfrey (Australia) - Research Article
686. Sport and the Resettlement of Young People From Refugee Backgrounds in Australia
Take a look at this new research on the views of sport development and resettlement staff around supporting the participation of young refugees in sport.
Tess Kay and Oliver Dudfield, Commonwealth Secretariat (United Kingdom) - Policy Document
577. The Commonwealth Guide to Advancing Development through Sport
This Guide has been produced by the Commonwealth Secretariat to provide support for governments and stakeholders seeking to strengthen the contribution of sport to development and peace work.
WHO Regional Office for Europe (Denmark) - Policy Document
570. Physical activity promotion in socially disadvantaged groups: principles for action. Policy summary
The WHO Regional Office for Europe has developed this guidance on promoting physical activity in socially disadvantaged groups, with a focus on the role of healthy environments.
Street Games (United Kingdom) - Strategy Document
569. StreetGames: Scoping Exercise Into Young People’s (14-16) Attitudes & Engagement In Sport
Gain insight into how to increase participation in sport amongst young people in disadvantaged communities.
Bunde-Birouste A., Nathan S., McCarroll B., Kemp L., Shwe T., Grand Ortega M. (Australia) - Research Article
485. Playing for change – improving young Australian migrant’s lives through football
This report includes Football United impacts measured through the Australian Research Council (ARC) funded study, conducted by the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and other Football United monitoring and evaluation (M & E) results.
Andrea Torres, Olga L. Sarmiento, Christine Stauber, and Roberto Zarama (Colombia) - Research Article
474. The Ciclovia and Cicloruta Programs: Promising Interventions to Promote Physical Activity and Social Capital in Bogotá, Colombia
Find out about these interesting and effective active travel interventions in South America.
Active Living Research (United States) - Guideline
430. Factsheet: Do All Children Have Places to be Active?
Learn about physical activity disparities amongst ethnic and racial minorities and lower income communities.
Oyeyemi AL, Adegoke BO, Sallis JF, Oyeyemi AY, De Bourdeaudhuij I. (Nigeria) - Research Article
429. Perceived crime and traffic safety is related to physical activity among adults in Nigeria
Previous research has explored the association between crime, traffic safety and physical activity, but seldom in low-middle income countries. In a first of its kind, this study documents whether perceived neighbourhood safety is associated with physical activity behaviours amongst Nigerian adults.