"Our mission is to encourage increased opportunities and positive change for women and girls at all levels of involvement of sport and physical activity"
WomenSport International (WSI)
was formed in 1994 to meet the challenge of ensuring that sport and physical activity receive the attention and priority they deserve in the lives of women and girls. The main purpose of WSI is to serve as an umbrella organization that can bring about positive change for girls and women. Our advocacy is strongly based on current research.
The main purpose of WSI is to serve as an umbrella organization that can bring about positive change for girls and women through their engagement in sport and physical activity. We are equitable and all-inclusive in all we do and we welcome membership applications from all interested individuals and organizations.
His Majesty the King has appointed professor emerita Kari Fasting as a Knight 1st class of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav for her efforts for equality and human dignity in sport.
WomenSport International (WSI) is hosting the webinar during SIGA Sport Integrity Week titled “WomenSport International’s Leaders, Innovators and Protectors of Women in Sport” on September 9, 2023 at 12:00-14:00 CET. Register through the link (or scan the QR code) and join this exceptional event!
WomenSport International (WSI) released the Inclusion Statement and Reasonable Accommodation Policy. It includes “WomenSport International Inclusion Statement” and “Reasonable Accommodation Policy and Procedure for Persons with Disabilities”.
United Nations Office Geneva + International Olympic Committee’s Perception Change Project: Photo Exhibition 26 June 2023 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. The photo exhibition including WomenSport International (WSI) board member, Dr Margo Mountjoy, was released by IOC/UN.