Ulster GAA Strategy 

16/11/2016

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​http://ulster.gaa.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Ulster-GAA-Strategy-2016-2020-Final.pdf

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Ag Tabhairt Ceannaireacht, Tacaíocht agus ag Saibhriú Pobail” is the fourth strategic plan to be rolled out by Ulster GAA. Subsequent strategies have helped us to carefully map the way forward. This strategy is no different in that it provides the blueprint until 2020. The environment is changing in our clubs and for our volunteers. They have been the bedrock of our Association and both are coming under increasing pressure. Adherence to and implementation of legislation, financial pressure to fund development and recruitment and retention of volunteers are constant challenges. Feedback from our consultation has emphasised the need to focus on our clubs. This support is central to the development of this strategy. The key strategic themes around volunteers, leadership, stewardship, integration and inclusiveness are there to celebrate and support our sporting and cultural heritage.Our GAA sports and cultural activities engage families and encourage a healthy and active lifestyle. We look forward to the engagement with all of our units moving forward to 2020 and we will strive to support activities on the ground, within our clubs and counties.

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