GreaterSport is committed to providing equal opportunities and promoting diversity, irrespective of ethnicity, age, gender, sexuality, disability, religion or personal circumstances.

We have an aim to achieve gender parity on our Board. At present 40% are women (5 female, 7 male members). Also, greater diversity, including, but not limited to, ethnically diverse communities and disability.

We are signed up to the Disability Confident Scheme, and as such are committed to recruiting and retaining disabled people and those with health conditions.

In order to drive greater diversity, GreaterSport will take into account the Women In Sport 'Checklist for Change' guidance, to improve diversity in leadership.

Diversity Statement

At GreaterSport we believe that our diversity makes us stronger and we seek to ensure that our workforce reflects the talent of the communities we serve.

By working together, ensuring that the people who work for us are the best they can be irrespective of ethnicity, age, gender, sexuality, disability, or religion we believe we are more able to respond to the needs of our local communities.

We believe in people. We believe that with the right opportunities, everyone should reach their full potential and we believe that sport and physical activity is a fundamental key to unlocking potential. Through our work we seek to enrich the lives of residents across Greater Manchester, through the simple power of movement.