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Play the Game 2017 - Sports governance: Roads to government action
Monday 27 November 2017 14.15-16.00
Chair: Frank van Eekeren
Stine Alvad/Mads Wickstrøm, Communications manager /Student researcher, Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies, Autonomy in National Olympic Committees 2017 - An autonomy index.
Arnout Geeraert, Post-doctoral fellow, KU Leuven/Play the Game: Sports governance code of Flanders Jane Purdon, Head of Governance and Leadership, UK Sport: The United Kingdom Code for Sports Governance
Marc Taylor, Senior Lecturer, Academy of Sport and Physical Activity (Sheffield Hallam), School of Law and Politics (Cardiff): Governance change for National Governing Bodies of Sport Is this leading to the alignment of strategy and governance in England & the UK?
Oliver Dudfield, Head of Sport for Development and Peace, Commonwealth Secretariat: Global cooperation on sports governance: A diversity of issues across a diversity of contexts
George Paterson, Policy Officer, European Commission Sports Unit: Governance in Sport – what role for the EU?,
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.