Conference ‘Stepping up for democracy in sport’

Play The Game
02/18/2013 14:13

Play the Game and the Danish Institute for Sports Studies have published the title and themes for this year’s Play the Game conference scheduled for the 28 to 31 October 2013 in Aarhus, Denmark. Entitled "Stepping up for democracy in sport" the conference covers the following six main themes:

 

• Match fixing: Fair game for gangsters? • Sports reforms: Fact or phantom? • The anti-doping dilemma: Saving sport, sacrificing athletes? • Recreational sport: A lost cause for sports organisations? • Sports facilities: Who are we building for? • From Russia to Rio: Power games or people’s games?

 

Play The Game expects up to 300 experts and stakeholders from different sport-related sectors and aims at fostering dialogues and debates on current challenges and perspectives that sport and society envisage.

 

Further information on registration and submission of papers can be obtained from www.playthegame.org/2013   

 

Ed.: B. Weinberg