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About Us

Real Men Move

 

Real Men Move is an initiative that encourages Australian men over the age of 45 to take responsibility for their health by taking part in increased physical activity. Lack of physical activity is one of the leading causes of chronic conditions and creating a serious burden on Australia’s economy and health system.

 

We encourage men that no matter what condition they are in, moving should be an integral part of their lives.

 


 

Founding partners

 

About Exercise & Sports Science Australia

Founded in 1991 Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA), formerly known as the Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science (AAESS), is a professional organisation which is committed to establishing, promoting and defending the career paths of tertiary trained exercise and sports science practitioners.

 

Our Vision

To achieve member excellence in exercise and sports science that will enrich the health and performance of every Australian.

 

Our Mission

Empowering our members by providing strategic leadership in exercise and sports science through advocacy, support of professional networks and the promotion of excellence in education, research and professional practice.

 


 

About Family and Community Services

 

Our work

We are committed to achieving the NSW Government targets and ambitions as outlined in the NSW 2021: A plan to make NSW number one. We measure our performance against these targets through indicators which we monitor and review regularly to improve our services.
Further information our performance can be found in the NSW 2021 Performance Reports.

 

Our work is broad and challenging. Our objectives for 2014-16 are:

  • Children and young people are protected from abuse and neglect.
  • People with disability are supported to realise their potential.
  • Social housing assistance is used to break disadvantage.
  • People are assisted to participate in social and economic life.
  • People at risk of, and experiencing, domestic and family violence are safer.
  • Aboriginal people, families and communities have better outcomes.

 

We will achieve our objectives by improving the way we work:

  • We put people first.
  • We create local solutions tailored to meet local needs.
  • We work with government, non-government and community partners to reach more people with better services.
    We build an agile and cohesive department that leads and delivers social policy reform