• 08.09.2005 /
    The study concludes that sports sections of America’s newspapers are a passive and reactive space dominated by game previews and recaps with little room for enterprise reportage.
  • 31.08.2005 /
    The world communication conference Play the Game wishes to pay tribute to an individual or a group of persons who in their professional careers or as volunteers in sport have made an outstanding effort to realise one or more of the following aims:
  • 31.08.2005 /
    21 journalists, academics and sports leaders from less privileged countries have been awarded conference and/or travel grants for participation in Play the Game 2005.
  • 31.08.2005 /
    This timeline uses primary sources to trace the allegations and counter-allegations between the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) and Mario Goijman, former President of the Argentinean Volleyball Federation.
  • 29.08.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: In an assessment of women's role in hockey, Laura Robinson revisits some of the cases of sexual abuse from her book "Crossing the Line: Violence and Sexual Assault in Canada's National Sport". She also adds some very disturbing new stories about hockey players abusing girls as young as nine.
  • 22.08.2005 /
    Play the Game is a non-profit organisation and we offer you participation in Play the Game at cost prices. However, we are able to offer you a considerable discount if you register for the conference before 1 September.
  • 22.08.2005 /
    The International Volleyball Federation, FIVB, will not succeed in its attempts at stopping one of its strongest critics, the Argentine Mario Goijman, from addressing the world communication conference, Play the Game, which takes place in Copenhagen from 6-10 November 2005.
  • 25.07.2005 /
    Play the Game 2005 has been granted patronage from The International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education (ICSSPE).

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