On demand streaming

On demand streaming from the conference is now available as video or audio. Videos are streamed via the Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR). More links will be added as videos/audios from more sessions are made available. 

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Monday 28 October 2013

13.30-15.00: Opening session: Stepping up for democracy in sport

Video on demand:

Video of session by DR:

  • Jens Sejer Andersen
  • Morten Løkkegaard
  • Arnout Geeraert 
  • Mario Čižmek

Audio - Part I:

  • Johs. Poulsen - Words of welcome
  • Marc Perera Christensen - Welcome to Aarhus

Audio - Part II:

  • Morten Løkkegaard - The EU Parliament moves against match-fixing
  • Arnout Geeraert - Sports Governance Observer: Testing the state of governance in international sport
  • Mario Čižmek - Why I became a match-fixer

 

15.30-18.00: Anti-Doping in Crisis: Are there alternatives to testing?

Video on demand:

  • Richard W. Pound - Drug Testing: Why What Should Work Does Not Work
  • William Bock - What the Armstrong Case says about the condition of sport

 

Video of the full session by DR (NB: starts at 1:31:30 in recording)

Audio of the full session:

  • Richard W. Pound - Drug Testing: Why What Should Work Does Not Work
  • William Bock - What the Armstrong Case says about the condition of sport
  • Frédéric Donzé - New Strategies in the Fight against Doping
  • Herman Ram - Diversifying, targeting, investigating and cooperating: anti-doping after US Postal
  • Perikles Simon - Loopholes in the testing system
  • Walter Palmer - Athletes' perspective on the ineffectiveness of testing

 

19.30-21.30: Match-fixing diagnosis: To the roots of thet hreat

Video of the full session by DR (starts at 00:03:00 in the recording)

Audio of the full session:

  • Chris Eaton - How Betting Fraud Initiates and Funds Match Fixing
  • Chris Rasmussen - The size of the global gambling market and the efforts to monitor it
  • Wil van Megen - On the FIFPro Black Book and organized crime
  • Drago Kos - A life-long career in the fight against corruption in sport
  • Dale Sheehan - Combatting Match-Fixing / INTERPOL perspective

21.30: Play the Game award 2013

Video of the award ceremony by DR (NB: starts at 01:51:30 in the recording)

Audio of the award ceremony:

  • Jens Sejer Andersen
  • Søren Riiskjær
  • Award winner Richard W. Pound


Tuesday 29 October 2013

09.00-11.20: Match-fixing cure: Is the mafia invincible?

Video by DR - Part I

Audio - Part I:

  • Niels-Christian Levin Hansen - NOC and Sports Confederation of Denmark adopts strong regulations against match-fixing
  • Nick Garlick - How match fixers operate and what the police can do
  • Richard H. McLaren - Match fixing and the sports law
  • Harri Syväsalmi - European convention - Global impact

Video by DR - Part II (NB: starts at 00:04:10 in the recording)

Audio - Part II:

  • Declan Hill - The Red Flags of Bullshit in the Anti-Match-Fixing Industry
  • Panel discussion (including Drago Kos)

 

11.30-13.00: Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations

Audio of the sessions:

  • Introduction - Arnout Geeraert
  • Frank van Eekeren - Transparency: how much openess is needed for good governance
  • Michael Groll - Less is more? Checks and balances in sport organisations 
  • Arnout Geeraert - Sports Governance Observer: A tool to improve sports governance

 

11.30-13.00: Nordic Sports Law Conference (I)

Audio of the full session:

  • Lars Halgreen / Jens Evald - Welcome and introduction to Nordic Sports Law Conference
  • Richard H. McLaren - Is Sport Losing Its Integrity?
  • Nick Garlick - Match-fixing and organised crime
  • Lars Halgreen / Jens Evald - Match Fixing etc. and the Lack of Harmonized Standards of Proof and Sanctions

 

11.30-13.00: Rethink sports participation: Catching up with new trends in organised sport

Video by DR of the full session (NB: starts at 00:07:20 in the recording)

Audio of the full session:

  • Troels Rasmussen - DGI lab - how to absorb new trends and participation patterns in organised sport
  • Martin Borch - Changing the beaten track: Development projects of the Danish NOC and sports confederation
  • Inge Claringbould /Marjet Derks - "Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing". Ideals of winning in amateur (youth) sport in the Netherlands
  • Keld Bordinggaard - Let'em play! How new paradigmes created an impressive increase in Danish youth football
  • Ditte Toft - Sport for the elderly. The teenagers of the future

 

14.15-16.00: Anti-doping: Saving sport, sacrificing athletes?

Video of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Gerhard Treutlein - How the West answered to the East German doping practice: The Freiburg example
  • Nils Zurawski - Doping, Sports and Control: An athletes' view
  • Daniel Westmattelmann / Marcel Goelden - The Fight against Doping - An Agent-based Analysis
  • Herman Ram - Harmony in diversity: Challenges in governing a world-wide antidoping fight
  • Leviathen Hendricks - The limits of testing: The evolution of the Gay Games' anti-doping policy
  • Lassi Jyrkkiö - Doping and Diving Aren’t Two sides of the Same Coin – The Need for a New Compartmentalization on Sports Cheating

 

14.15-16.00: Rethink sports architecture and spaces for physical activity

Audio of the full session:

  • Jens-Ole Jensen - Can architecture in sports facilities promote democratic formation among children?
  • Remco Hoekman - Sport participation and the role of sport facilities
  • Laura Munch - Iconic architecture for grass-root sport. How to inspire to new patterns of participation
  • Peter Forsberg - The hidden treasures of sports facilities 
  • Jens Alm - Elite sports stadium requirements - views from Danish municipalities 

 

14.15-16.00: Governance in sport: The good, the bad and the nasty

Video by DR of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Bonita Mersiades - Playing the Game: Australia's Bid to Host the World Cup
  • Tim Walters - The Last World Cup?: Slavoj Žižek and the (Im)Possibility of Democratic Reform of FIFA
  • Tolga Senel - Turkish football: Protected by laws, ruled by politics
  • Bastien Wallace - Is integrity 'optional'
  • Deborah Unger - Playing by the rules: applying international anti-corruption standards to sport
  • Daniel Chung - Football can make you a President. The case of Horacio Cartes

 

14.15-16.00: Combating match-fixing in Nordic sport

Audio of the full session:

  • Mads Boesen - The NOC and Sports Confederation of Denmark´s new regulations against match-fixing – from a legal perspective
  • Morten Johnsen - The Norwegian National Action Plan against Match-fixing in Sport 
  • Petri Heikkinen - Finnish Rules and Measures to Combat Match Fixing

 

16.30-18.15: Rethink sports investment: Who are we building for?

Audio of the full session:

  • Henrik H. Brandt - Sport and facilities: Building for the chosen few?
  • Jörg Joppien - Building bodies: How architects can make the world move more
  • Bo Vestergård Madsen - Rethinking sports facilities and architecture
  • Rasmus B. Andersen - Activity as generator of urban quality and urban life


Wednesday 30 October 2013

09.00-11.20: FIFA reforms - fact or phantom?

Video by DR - Part I (DR website)

and on youtube.com (starts at 00:03:15)

Audio - Part I

  • Osasu Obayiuwana - Football governance the African way
  • Roger Pielke Jr. - An Evaluation of the FIFA Reform Process
  • Mark Pieth - FIFA reforms: End of story or work in progress?
  • Walter de Gregorio - "And yet it moves"

Video by DR - Part II (starts at 00:03:15)

Audio - Part II

  • Panel discussion

 

11.30-13.00: Mega-events and lost legacies

Video by DR of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Søren Bang - The globalisation of sporting events: Myth or reality? 
  • Harry Arne Solberg  - Hosting major sporting events: The challenge of utilizing stadiums after the party is over 
  • Trish Audit /Eamonn Molloy - The Rocky Road to Legacy:  Lessons from the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Stadium Programme
  • Francisco Pinheiro - Euro 2004: success, white elephant’s and other ideas
  • Jan Haut - The Meaning of Medals: A Study on Social Costs and Benefits of National Sporting Success 

 

11.30-13.00: Europe on the run I: Who can catch the runners?

Audio of the full session:

  • Jeroen Scheerder - The running landscape of Europe. Why is running growing so fast?
  • Hanna Vehmas - Running in Finland – from the elite to the masses, from the clubs to the market 
  • Mette Lykke - Endomondo: Taking a virtual fitness club from zero to 20,000,000 members
  • Peter Forsberg - Is time running out for clubs?

 

11.30-13.00: Sports media research - Beyond the International Sports Press Survey 2011

Video of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Thomas Horky /Jörg-Uwe Nieland - International Sports Press Survey 2011 - an overview
  • Tatiane Hilgemberg- 500 days to the 2014 World Cup –What is in the Brazilian media agenda? 
  • Ditte Toft - Sports journalism in the sporting landscape: Blind spots of journalists
  • Peter English - Sports journalism ethics in broadsheet newspaper organisations in India, Australia and the UK

 

14.15-16.00: Four EU projects on sports governance share results and experiences

Audio of the full session:

  • Arnout Geeraert - Good governance in international sports: what can the EU do? 
  • Mathias van Baelen - Sport 4 Good Governance (S4G²)
  • Mogens Kirkeby - Good governance in grass-root sport 
  • Mikkel Larsen - Better Boards, Stronger Sport
  • Ben Shave - Improving Football Governance through Supporter Involvement and Community Ownership
  • Michael Mrkonjic - Switzerland and International Sports Organisations 

 

14.15-16.00: Mega-events, legislation and legacy

Video by DR of the full session (NB: starts at 00:11:15 in the recording)

Audio of the full session:

  • Karolina Tetlak - Legal legacy of the Olympic Games – an emerging issue
  • Carolina Cézar Ribeiro - The impact of the 2014 World Cup on Brazilian law
  • Ryan Gauthier - Hosting Sporting Mega-Events in the BRICS - Labour Law Concerns
  • Stephen Frawley - Sport Legacy and the Hosting of Mega-Sport Events
  • Gorana Gavrilov - Managing Sports Event Volunteers

 

14.15-16.00: Match-fixing: Stories from around the world

Video of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Gamze Bal - Turkish Match Fixing Scandal in 2010-2011 and Beyond: Fair Play or Fairy Tale? 
  • Kevin Carpenter - Match-Fixing and the Olympic Movement
  • Salomeja Zaksaite - Match-fixing: Criminalisation vs. the Ultima Ratio Principle
  • Katarina Pijetlovic - The Kafkaesque Enforcement of a Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Programme
  • Deborah Unger - Staying on Side: anti-corruption + sports organisations working to prevent match-fixing through education
  • Karen Jones - WANTED! Reward for Injury: Bounty Scheme in the NFL as a form of Match-Fixing?

 

14.15-16.00: Europe on the run II: The front runners of mass sport events

Audio of the full session:

  • Peter Brix - The world's toughest October Fest. Behind the scenes of a "men's only" cross country race
  • Jakob Larsen - We can all be heroes: How the IAAF realised the potential of mass sports events
  • Finn Lyck - The benefits and challenges of mass sport events from a host city perspective
  • Szilvia Perenyi - Running in Hungary
  • Leonidas Petridis - Mass running in Greece: A new trend from ancient times?

 

16.30-18.15: Sports participation: A lost cause for sports organisations?

Video of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Koen Breedveld - Sporting events and sportparticipation: a realistic view
  • Yves le Lostecque - The Erasmus+ programme and the future sports priorities of the EU
  • Hanne Vandermeerschen - Towards level playing fields? A time trend analysis of the social stratification of club organised sports participation among adolescents from 1989 to 2009
  • Guy Osborn/ Steve Greenfield - Law’s contribution to Youth Sport: Over Regulating and Undermining Participation? 
  • Trygve Buch Laub - The trickle-down effect revisited: Who find elite sport inspirational?
  • Eduardo Uhle - Move Brasil: Mega-events as a leverage for increasing sports participation

 

16.30-18.15: Sochi 2014: Winter games with a political touch

Video by DR of the full session (NB: Starts at 00:04:10 in the recording)

Audio of the full session:

  • Andreas Selliaas - The Geopolitics of the Olympics
  • Alexey Konov - A global alliance against corruption in sport
  • Dmitry Tugarin - Positively Proud: Managing Media Expectations in an Olympic Host Nation
  • Jean-Paul Marthoz - Mega-events and media restrictions

 

19.30-21.30: Sports reform: How to change the tone at the top?

Video by DR of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Jens Sejer Andersen - A farce turned into tragedy? On Mario Goijman, Ruben Acosta and the FIVB
  • Christer Ahl - The Despotic Regime of the IHF Just Continues
  • Grit Hartmann - The weightlifter's burden - the curious case of IWF's vanished billions
  • Jaimie Fuller - Why corporate sponsors should engage in sports governance 
  • Finn Baagøe Hansen - Siemens Compliance System – Track Record and Challenges
  • Yves le Lostecque - The efforts of the European Union in the field of sports governance
  • Richard H. McLaren - The remit of CAS in sports governance


Thursday 31 October 2013

09.00-11.20: Mega-events and democracy: The Brazilian challenge

Video on demand:

Video by DR - Part I

Audio - Part I:

  • Saint-Clair Milesi - FIFA World Cup in Brazil: Legacy, myths and (mis)perceptions
  • Brenno d'Aguiar de Souza - The challenges of hosting major sports events: The case of Brazil

Video by DR - Part II

Audio - Part II:

  • Katia Rubio - Brazilian sport through the athletes' lens
  • Andrew Jennings - Who wants to go to Qatar in 2022? Hands up!

 

11.30-13.00: ICSSPE partner session: Managing conflicting agendas - profit, participation or performance?

Video of the full session

Audio - Part I:

  • Koen Breedveld - Comparative Sport Policy Research – Approaches and Concepts 
  • Karen Petry - The Role of Governmental Actors in the Sport-political Infrastructure 
  • James Dorsey - Regions and Cultures - Sport Policies and Systems in the Middle East

Audio - Part II:

  • James Dorsey - Regions and Cultures - Sport Policies and Systems in the Middle East
  • Ben Weinberg - The Role of International Sport Governing Bodies  – The Case of the Asian Football Confederation
  • Margaret Talbot - Holistic sport policies - must, mirage or myth?

 

11.30-13.00: Social media - how do they change sport?

Audio of the full session:

  • Thomas Horky - Social Media Agenda Setting in Sport. The thematisation of German sports in Social Media during the Olympic Games 2012 
  • Roy Panagiotopoulou - Social media usage in Beijing and Sochi Olympic Games: a delicate balance between power and communication imperatives 
  • Christoph Grimmer - Media usage patterns in professional football. How members inform themselves about their club 
  • Joerg-Uwe Nieland - Sexualization or empowerment? - A study on the self-presentation of tennis players and Arab athletes in the Social Web
  • Steve  Menary - Facebook Fakers, LinkedIn liars and twaddle on Twitter: Football scammers on social media 

 

11.30-13.00: Mega-events and discrimination

Video by DR of the full session (NB: Starts at 00:07:50 in recording)

Audio of the full session:

  • Osasu Obayiuwana - Fighting racism in FIFA
  • Javier Szlifman - The tension between sport’s mega-events and every day sport violence in Latin America 
  • Leviathen Hendricks - A Pride House at the Olympics: How some people play
  • Elizaveta  Zhuk - Racism in Russian Football: A Challenge to the World Cup 2018 

 

Global sports governance, challenges and alternatives

Video of the full session:

  • John Nauright - Making the World Safe for Capitalism:  A Critique of Global Sport and Development
  • Peter Donnelly - The Democratization of Athletes: What if athletes determined who governed their sports?
  • Poul Broberg - Global Sports Political Power Index - how much international influence does Danish sport have?
  • Benjamin Bendrich - The Doom Loop of Intercollegiate Athletics and Its Parallels to the IOC and FIFA
  • Michael Mrkonjic- Manageable Sports Governance: the Case of Swiss Based European Sports Federations

 

14.15-16.00: Brazil 2014 and 2016: Power games or people's games?

Video by DR of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Christopher Gaffney  - “Não vai ter Copa”: Brazilians vs. Brazil 2014
  • Dennis Pauschinger - Brazilian Public Security for whom? Cultural Implications of the Global Security Models at the World Cup 2014
  • Elizabeth Martin - Killing for you: How Brazil is preparing for the World Cup and the Olympics
  • Kimberly S. Schimmel - Extending the Reach of US Counter-Terrorism Policy Through Sport Mega-Events 

 

14.15-16.00: Sport as a development factor

Audio - Part I:

  • Bonita Mersiades - Playing in the Main Game
  • Pamela Boteler - Is it Really A New Era for Women’s Sport? The International Canoe Federation's Dirty Little Secret 
  • Dawood Hashem - Gender policy and organizational change in Disability Sport in UAE 
  • Nova Alexander - Cold hard facts: Physical activity as a tool for crime and poverty alleviation in the Caribbean
  • Kurt Wachter - Setting up the rules of the Game: North-South partnerships in Sport for  Development. The case of Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA)

Audio - Part II:

  • David Hindley - On the Piste: the challenges facing the voluntary sport of petanque in the United Kingdom
  • Charlie Raeburn - Community (and School Sport) in Scotland - a misunderstood lost cause? 
  • Panel discussion

 

16.30-18.30: Global outlook: Who holds the keys to the future of sport?

Video by DR of the full session

Audio of the full session:

  • Jens Weinreich - Money, Power and Marionettes: The shift of Olympic Power
  • James M. Dorsey - Challenges of Asia and the Middle East
  • Margaret Talbot - The challenges of Physical Education and Science
  • Niels Nygaard - The challenges seen from a NOC perspective

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