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There is a wealth of information outside playthegame.org. We have collected a number of the best sites on the web that deal with information relevant to the goals of Play the Game.

On the subpage Organisations you can find a collection of organisations who work with sport og sports issues from a perspective similar to Play the Game's.

If you would like us to consider listing your site, or a site that you personally can recommend, please send the details to info@playthegame.org



Danish Institute for Sports Studies (Idan)

11 February 2010

The Danish Institute for Sports Studies (Idrættens Analyseinstitut) is an independent research centre set up by the Danish Ministry of Culture.  The primary objective of The Danish Institute for...[more]



International Platform for Sport and Development

10 February 2010

The International Platform for Sport and Development is an online resource and a networking tool designed to help its readers understand the different themes within the area of Sport and Development....[more]



International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA)

11 February 2010

The International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) is an organisation created in 1995 with the purpose of bringing together sport, culture and youth organisations from across the globe.[more]



jensweinreich.de

10 February 2010

Jens Weinreich is an investigative journalist and author. His specialist areas are international politics of sports; the IOC and the so-called Olympic Movement; FIFA; media and sports; corruption;...[more]



Mathare Youth Sports Association

10 February 2010

Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA) is a self-help youth programme linking sports with environmental cleanups, AIDS prevention, leadership training and other community service activities...[more]



MEASURE

08 November 2011

MEASURE stands for Meeting for European Sport Participation and Sport Culture Research and contributes to the understanding of differences in sport participation.[more]



Sport et Citoyenneté - Sport and Citizenship

10 August 2010

Sport et Citoyenneté (Sport and Citizenship) is an independent association that aims to stimulate the study and debate of sport´s role in society, and promote its basic values. A diverse network of...[more]



Streetfootballworld

10 February 2010

Streetfootballworld is a social profit organisation that links relevant actors in the field of Development through Football. Established in 2002, the organisation encourages global partnerships for...[more]



Supporters Direct

11 April 2011

Supporters Direct is an umbrella organisation set up to provide support and assistance for its member trusts to secure a greater level of accountability and deliver democratic representation within...[more]



Teamhandballnews.com

10 February 2010

Team Handball News (THN) is an independent news and opinion website focused on the Olympic sport of Team Handball. The focus is both on Developing Nations and World-Wide Handball news with an...[more]



The International Federation of Journalists

10 February 2010

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)  is the world's largest organisation of journalists. The IFJ was established in 1926 and today the Federation represents around 600.000...[more]



Transparency International

22 March 2010

Transparency International, the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption, brings people together in a powerful worldwide coalition to end the devastating impact of...[more]



transparencyinsport.org

10 February 2010

Andrew Jennings is an investigative reporter, writer and film maker. He works for British and foreign press, TV and radio as an investigative reporter, presenter, producer, consultant and...[more]



World Anti-Doping Agency

10 February 2010

The World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) mission is to promote, coordinate and monitor the fight against doping in sport in all its forms.WADA was established in 1999 as an international independent...[more]



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