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Visiting scholars

 

Game Mothibi (Secretary General of the International Working Group on Women and Sport) on a scholarly visit to the University to meet the AWF. 

The Anita White Foundation (AWF) has welcomed visiting scholars and women leaders from around the world to utilise the resources and expertise located at the University of Chichester. Funds are needed to cover the travel and accommodation costs of leaders and scholars from countries where women face particular challenges.

In 2012, Bárbara Schausteck de Almeida started an eight month visit to the University of Chichester to enhance her research on the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games. In 2013, Lombe Mwambwa visited for one week in March 2013 as part of the partnership with NOWSPAR. In 2015, Game Mothibi visited and used the archive to learn more about the history of her organisation; the International Working Group on Women and Sport (IWG). Later in the year, Funda Akcan Amca (Turkey) started a twelve-month visit to understand the meanings attributed to climbing culture in the UK by its practitioners and its main subcultural features in terms of gender, risk, identity.

All of these women have utilised the AWF international Women and Sport Movement Archive and undertaken collaborative work with AWF personnel.

Every penny you contribute, plus an additional 25% of the value of your gift if you are a UK tax payer, will be put to good and practical use.

For further information concerning the work of the AWF, please contact Dr Jordan Matthews (coordinator of the AWF; Senior Lecturer at the University of Chichester) on 01243 793506 or email  jordan.matthews@chi.ac.uk

 
 
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