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Play the Game 2017 - Big games in small places: What is the impact?
Tuesday 28 November 2017 14.15-16.00
Chair: Rasmus K. Storm
Per Ståle Knardal: Major Sports Events: The Challenges of Hosting Them Efficiently
Spencer Harris: The sport-related legacy of London 2012: Five years on
Scott Jedlicka: A Compatibility Issue: International Sporting Events and Domestic Polities, 1945-2016
Louis Moustakas: Big Games in Small Places: The African Youth Games and Capacity in Botswana
Simon Licen: Impact and Legacy of the 2013 EuroBasket in Slovenia
Igor Kováč: Sustainable mega-events: A look at some of the solutions related to organisation of the Olympic Games
Play the Game 2017 operated under the subtitle “Riding waves of change" and gathered around 400 journalists, scientists and sport officials on the 26-30th of November in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Play the Game is an international conference and communication initiative aiming to strengthen the ethical foundation of sport and promote democracy, transparency and freedom of expression in sport. It is run by the Danish Institute for Sports Studies (Idan), an independent institution set up by the Danish Ministry of Culture. The task of Idan is to create overview over and insight into the field of sport nationally and internationally.