• 03.12.2012 /
    In this speech prepared for the EASM conference in Aalborg earlier this year, Bonita Mersiades guides us through the development of football in Australia.
  • 11.10.2012 /
    Now you can watch two more keynote sessions from the EASM 2012 conference. Lord Triesman and Jérõme Champagne talks about FIFA culture and equality in football, and Jens Sejer Andersen presents Seven sins of omission in sport and James M. Dorsey fills us in on football in the Mid-East.
  • 05.10.2012 /
    Under the title ‘Seven Sins of Omission in Sport: Challenges to academic and journalistic research’ Jens Sejer Andersen gave his keynote presentation at the 20th EASM conference in Aalborg, Denmark. Here, Andersen called for the journalistic and academic worlds to step up and take a greater responsibility for shedding light on some issues in sport that has gone widely unchallenged.
  • 03.10.2012 /
    If you missed out on Mark Pieth and Theo Zwanziger's presentations during the EASM 2012 conference, here is your chance. See what Mark Pieth really said in Denmark and watch the video from the keynote seesion.
  • 21.09.2012 /
    The reform process is met by considerable resistance in FIFA, two of the main characters in the current FIFA reform process, Dr. Theo Zwanziger and Professor Mark Pieth, said, when they spoke at a session at the EASM 2012 conference.
  • 20.09.2012 /
    Thursday morning's keynote presentation offered an insight into FIFA's ongoing reform processes as Theo Zwanziger, ExCo member and head of the FIFA-subcommittee in charge of proposing statute changes, and Mark Pieth, head of FIFA's independent governance committee took the stand at the 20th EASM conference in Aalborg, Denmark.
  • 20.09.2012 /
    At Wednesday’s final keynote session at the EASM 2012 conference Jens Sejer Andersen, international director of Play the Game pointed to seven areas of interest for academic research in the future.

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