Play the Game offers free livestreaming from 18 conference sessions
18 sessions from Play the Game 2022 will be livestreamed and available to watch for free on Play the Game’s website as the conference progresses, and the videos will also be available on demand later.
More than 160 speakers will present at Play the Game 2022 from 27 to 30 June in a wealth of plenary and parallel sessions, and a number of these sessions will be livestreamed for free on our website.
You will be able to follow all sessions on the conference’s opening day, Monday 27 June, and key sessions from the rest of the conference on such diverse topics as the football World Cup in Qatar, sports journalism, trust in the anti-doping system, geopolitics in sport, the fate of women athletes in Afghanistan, football and economy, and inclusion of transgender people in sport. To mention a few.
Below is the full list of planned livestreams, and you can access them here on our website and later on our Vimeo channel. Check the sessions against our full programme that includes speakers and titles for their presentations.
- Monday 27 June 14:00 (CEST) - Words of welcome and opening keynotes
- Monday 27 June 14:30 (CEST) - A movement for peace in the shadow of war
- Monday 27 June 17:00 (CEST) - Next stop: Qatar - the most disputed sports event of the century
- Monday 27 June 20:00 (CEST) - Bringing values of sport into circles of life
- Tuesday 28 June 09:00 (CEST) - Athletes at risk: Fighting multiple forms of abuse
- Tuesday 28 June 11:50 (CEST) - Sports journalism: Changing media markets and technology
- Tuesday 28 June 14:15 (CEST) - From Russia to Qatar: The geopolitics of sport
- Tuesday 28 June 16:30 (CEST) - Inside the investigations: How intelligence counters corruption in sport
- Tuesday 28 June 20:00 (CEST) - An evening out with Andrew Jennings
- Wednesday 29 June 09:00 (CEST) - Weathering the storm: Can anti-doping overcome its confidence crisis?
- Wednesday 29 June 11:50 (CEST) - How the sports world failed woman athletes from Afghanistan
- Wednesday 29 June 14:15 (CEST) - Sex, gender and sport: A controversial mix
- Wednesday 29 June 16:15 (CEST) - Billionaires and breakaways: Is that the future of football?
- Thursday 30 June 09:00 (CEST) - Integrity challenges to sport: One agency to fix them all?
- Thursday 30 June 11:50 (CEST) - The athlete and the system: An even playing field
- Thursday 30 June 14:00 (CEST) - Qatar 2022 and the role of the media
- Thursday 30 June 16:00 (CEST) - Speech by the Danish Minister for Culture
- Thursday 30 June 16:30 (CEST) - Playing against the clock: Can sport contain climate change?