The Sydney Scoreboard is a legacy of the 5th IWG World Conference on Women and Sport held in Sydney 2010

Facts And Figures

National Sport Organisations

At a national level, based on 38 countries and 1,599 National Sport Organisations:

The average percentage of women directors (executive members) increased from 19.7 in 2010 to 20.7 in 2014
The average percentage of women board chairs (president) remained at 10.6 in 2014 (same as 2010)
The average percentage of women chief executives (secretaries-general) increased from 17.3 in 2010 to 19.8 in 2014


International Federations

At an international level, based on 76 International Sport Federations:

The percentage of women board directors (executive members) increased from 12 in 2012 to 13.3 in 2014
The percentage of women board chairs (president) increased from 7 in 2012 to 8 in 2014
The percentage of women chief executives (secretaries-general) increased from 9 in 2012 to 21 in 2014



Presentations and Articles

2014

6th IWG World Conference on Women and Sport June 12-15, Helsinki, Finland.

2014 Conference Session Brochure for the Sydney Scoreboard (including comparison statistics).

2014 Conference presentation by Dr. Johanna Adriaanse: “A report on the Sydney Scoreboard: A global index for women in sport leadership”.

2011
“What’s the Score with Women on Sport Boards?” by Dr. Johanna Adriaanse. Article published by The Conversation www.theconversation.com

Journal Publications

2015
Adriaanse, J. A. (2015, available online). Gender diversity in the governance of sport associations: The Sydney Scoreboard global index of participation. Journal of Business Ethics. DOI 0.1007/s10551-015-2550-3.
2014
Adriaanse, J. A. & Schofield, T. (2014). The impact of gender quotas on gender equality in sport governance. Journal of Sport Management, 28, 485-497. DOI 10.1123/jsm2013-0108.
2014
Adriaanse, J. A. & Claringbould, I. (2014, available online). Gender equality in sport leadership: From the Brighton Declaration to the Sydney Scoreboard. International Review for the Sociology of Sport. DOI 10.1177/1012690214548493.

NB: If you cannot access an article through your library network, please contact Johanna Adriaanse here