Presentations at Play the Game 2009

On this page you will find presentations, if available, from the sessions at Play the Game 2009 - Visions for sport in times of crisis.

 


Monday 8 June

Opening session

Sustainable sports financing in times of crisis


 

Tuesday 9 June

The global arms race in sport: Consequences for the elite and the populations

UPDATE Workshop: Investigative journalism in sport

Doping testing: (Lack of ) ethics and efficiency

Animals in sport: Use or abuse?

Blowing the whistle: Corruption in the corridors

 

Lessons from Beijing 2008

Anti-Doping: Prevention and youth attitutes

Terrible teenagers? Sport’s quest for the hearts and minds of the youth

Match fixing: A blow to the core of sport



Wednesday 10 June

Ten years after the IOC reforms: The state of governance in sport

Anti-doping: Ways and thoughts of the elite athletes

Sport for the Good: What is it good for?

Sustainable football financing in times of crisis



Thursday 10 June

New challenges to the global struggle against doping

UPDATE Workshop: Investigative journalism in sport

Tackling the violent fans

Aspects of football player trade

Sport in the making of national identity

Beijing 2008: Business and politics

Gender and human rights in sport

Protecting the game: Measures against match-fixing

Paralympic athletes: More different than the rest?

Sport for development: Dream or reality?


Friday 12 June

Mega-events: Can they drive development?

Closing session

Andrew_Jennings_-_2018_England_in_the_iron_grip.pdf

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