Download the AGGIS reports on good governance in sports organisations


The EU-project Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations (AGGIS) has concluded, and a leaflet explaining the measuring tool Sports Governance Observer is now available for download as is the full AGGIS report.

A leaflet introducing 'Sports Governance Observer', the tool developed to measure the state of governance in international sports organisations can now be downloaded. 

Explained by the expert members of the AGGIS project, the principles behind and a description of the use of the tool are to be found in this leaflet, which also offers a draft of the Sports Governance Observer questionnaire used to define the degree of good governance within an organisation ready to fill in and use.

Download the 'Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations leaflet' here

The full report from the Action for Good Governance in International Sport (AGGIS) is also available for download.

The full length report includes a test survey on the current status of sports governance and scientific articles by the project partners explaining the fundamental dimensions of good governance in sport.

Download the full 'Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations: Final Report' here

A limited number of printed editions of the report are available for sale for DKK 250,00 + postage.

To order a report please e-mail State number of copies, delivery address and e-mail address of the contact persons. Payment details will be forwarded to the contact person. The printed reports must be paid in advance by bank transfer. 

The Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations’ final reports are developed by Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies, University of Leuven, Loughborough, German Sport University Cologne, Utrecht University, Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration (IDHEAP), University of Ljubljana and European Journalism Centre.

Read more about the AGGIS project at

The AGGIS project has received funding from the European Commission under the framework of the Preparatory Actions in Sport. The Commission is not responsible for any communication and publication by AGGIS or any use that may be made from information contained herein.

  • Takao Ohashi, Tokyo, Japan, 29.10.2013 08:09:
    I'm an attorney-at-law in Japan. I'm engaging in the development of good governance for sports organizations as a member of Japan Sports Law Association.
    I'm interested in the AGGIS reports.

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