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Young people and sport: policy and frameworks for action


, : Young people and sport: policy and frameworks for action. Young people and sport: policy and frameworks for action: 41pp.

The need for a strategic approach to the planning and development of sport is now established. The UK Sports Council's report concentrates on policies for young people and sport which will guide the development and implementation of action plans.

Accession: 002549004



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