Mogens Kirkeby

President, International Sport and Culture Association

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President of the International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) since 2007, but been engaged in the development of ISCA since 1998. Prior to this Mogens Kirkeby was employed at the Danish Red Cross Society. (Campaign, Fundraising and HR). Mogens Kirkeby holds a Master of Science in Sport, Organizational Development and Sport Policies and a degree in Social Science and International Politics.

The main tasks as President is political leadership and management of ISCA and to represent ISCA towards various international institutions such and European Commission, European Parliament and Council of Europe.

Other positions and engagements:
2009 - 2011 Chairman of the Steering Board of the International Platform for Sport and Development.

2004- → Member of the Program committee of the media and journalist network Play the Game.

2007 - → Member of the European Platform for Action on Diet, Physical Activity and Health (DG Health and Consumers)

2007 -2008 Sport sector expert on report SHARING DIVERSITY: National Approaches to Intercultural Dialogue in Europe.

2013 - → Board Member of the Danish Sport for All organization DGI

2014 - → Board Member of the Danish Outdoor Council

He has served in several expert groups of the European Commission and the Council of Europe and given lectures and presentations to a variety of audiences across the globe.

Contact data:

Mogens Kirkeby, President

International Sport and Culture Association


Phone:    +45 28185619          

Skype:    mogens.kirkeby    


Presentations at Play the Game conferences:

Presentation - Play the Game 2015

Good governance in grass-root sport - Play the Game 2013

'Referees' or visible sport politicians - who stimulates growth in sport participation - Play the Game 2011 (PP Pdf.)

The_pyramid_is_history - Play the Game 2009

The many faces of European Sport - Play the game 2007 (PP Pdf.)

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