The Sports Management conference EASM 2012 presents an exciting programme
10.09.2012By Play the Game
The detailed programme draft for the 20th conference of the European Association for Sports Management (EASM) is nearing completion, and includes both scientific and practical presentations in up to ten parallel sessions.
The conference organisers from the University College of Northern Denmark (UCN), along with co-hosts Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies, have almost finished the great puzzle of fitting the more than 200 scientific presentations and the special Play the Game symposia together in the programme for the main EASM conference on 19-21 September.
The great number of presentations covers 24 different themes and workshops, and the special Play the Game symposia will introduce a range of invited speakers and prominent keynotes from the very top of the international world of sports.
400 delegates have already signed up for various conference events in Aalborg and more delegates are still to come.
In the run up to the conference, the organisers will publish accepted abstracts on the conference website www.easm2012.com, where plenary sessions and presentations from the Play the Game symposia also will be available on video after the conference.
The programme can be downloaded here (The programme will be updated regularly. The latest version is from 19 September)
Experience Play the Game at EASM 2012
At Play the Game’s special symposia, some of the greatest challenges for the world of sports will be addressed by a number of invited speakers and keynotes.
Among the topics that will be addressed are the need for better governance in sports organisations, the road to greater participation in sport, the evolution of sports journalism, the exploitation and trade of poor, young sports talents, and the battle to host sport’s mega-events.
After the EASM conference, Play the Game will furthermore host a meeting of a number of leading international experts who are participating in Play the Game’s EU financed project ‘Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations (AGGIS)’.
Read more about the AGGIS project here
Students from all over Europe
On 14 September, 60 students and tutors from all over Europe will meet in Aalborg for the Master Student Seminar taught by lecturers from UCN and Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies. The students will also compete in a so called Management Game, using case studies from three local organisations.
The students will participate at the main EASM conference, where the best solutions will be presented and rewarded.
Read more about the Master Student seminar here
Learn more about the conference events, practical information and how to register at the conference website www.easm2012.com