Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations - Leaflet

By Jens Alm, Søren Bang, April 2013

This leaflet gives a summary of the main points in the report ’Action for Good Governance in Sports Organisations’ that collects the results from the EU-supported project Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations (AGGIS), aiming at analyzing leadership and governance in international sports oganisations.

 
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Title:
Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations - Leaflet 
Description:
This leaflet gives a summary of the main points in the report ’Action for Good Governance in Sports Organisations’ that collects the results from the EU-supported project Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations (AGGIS), aiming at analyzing leadership and governance in international sports oganisations. 
Publikation type:
Play the Game analyses and reports 
Publication year:
2013 
Publication month:
April  
Publisher:
Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies
Language:
English
Number of pages:
20
ISBN-number.:
978-87-92120-58-8, 978-87-92120-59-5 (digital)
Subjects:
Governance, Sports organisation, Sports politics
Keywords:
AGGIS, governance, sports organisations, sports politics, Action for governance in International Sports Organisations, good governance 
Notes:

The AGGIS project received EU support through the programme 'Preparatory Actions in Sport'. AGGIS was carried out by Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies in collaboration with six European universities: the University of Leuven, Loughborough University, German Sports University Cologne, Utrecht University, Swiss Graduate School and Public Administration (IDHEAP) and University of Ljubljana as well as the European Journalism Centre. Read the full report with the results from the AGGIS project here

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