The International Netball Federation (INF) has launched its new four-year strategy, Netball 2020. The document outlines the INF’s vision, mission and goals for 2017-2020, and is centered around three main strategic priorities: Governing with Integrity, Thrilling World Class Events, and Empowering through Netball.
INF President, the Hon. Molly Rhone, OJ, CD, says: “If there is one aspect of our ambition for the future of netball that I want to highlight, it’s our commitment to empowerment. The power of sport, of women’s sport, and of netball in particular, to change lives is extraordinary.”
A detail statement by the INF President is shown below:
“That (Governing with Integrity, Thrilling World Class Events, and Empowering through Netball) is the blueprint for the work we at the International Netball Federation will be doing to lead world netball towards the next decade.
The three pillars stand on the firm foundation of our last four year plan, and at the end of those four years netball has never looked better. We are rightfully proud of our record of sound governance, and proud of our world class events – events that showcase our sport and our elite athletes, thrilling audiences, winning new friends and new supporters, and providing girls with powerful and positive role models. But if there is one aspect of our ambition for the future of netball that I want to highlight, it’s our commitment to empowerment.
The power of sport, of women’s sport, and of netball in particular, to change lives is extraordinary. We will continue our work to empower women and girls – but more than that, we will be changing the lives of their communities.
Our strategic plan outlines 9 high level goals and the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that will be used to assess our progress towards these goals. In the next four years you will see world netball that is strong, confident, and inclusive, determined to grow and embrace change and diversity, and a sport that is truly a force for good.”
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