Livestreaming Play the Game konference 26th - 29th of November
Play the Game 2017 will gather around 400 journalists, scientists and sport officials on the 26-30th of November in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
Sunday 26 November 2017
14.00-15.15 Opening session part 1: Riding waves of change
15.45-18.15 Opening session part 2: Riding waves of change
20.00-21.45 Sexual abuse and how to prevent it
Monday 27 November 2017
09.00-11.45 International sport on trial: Which case for the prosecution?
11.50-13.00 Sports governance: Remedies in the remit of sport
14.15-16.00 Window undressing: Stories from international sport
16.30-18.30 Reform in sport: An inside job or an outside intervention?
Tuesday 28 November 2017
9.00-11.45 Sustainable mega-events: A distant dream?
11.50-13.00 Transforming the Business of Pro Cycling
14.15-16.00 Athletes and anti-doping: Privacy and participation
16.30-18.30 Which future for antidoping - if any?
Wednesday 29 November 2017
9.00-11.45 White collar crime in professional sport
11.50-13.00 Whistleblowers and journalists: The dangers of speaking up
14.15-16.00 Match-fixing: Are there remedies to fix it?
16.30-18.10 E-sport: Coming to stay - and to steal the picture?
Livestreaming konference 25-28th October - starts on the 25th of October 2015 at 14:00
Play the Game 2015 will operate under the subtitle "global sport: reform or revolution" and will gather around 350 journalists, scientists and sport officials on the 25-29th of October in Play the Game's home town of Aarhus, Denmark.
Sunday 25 October
14:00 Play the Game 2015 - Opening session at the Aarhus Town Hall
Monday 26 October
09:00 Play the Game 2015 - Good governance in sport: Setting standards, raising bars
11:45 Play the Game 2015 - The battle for integrity in sport: Governments vs. sports organisations
18:00 Play the Game 2015 - Reforming football: To be or not to be... a FIFA President
Tuesday 27 October
09:00 Play the Game 2015 - Match-fixing: Governments versus gangsters - what are the odds?
11:45 Play the Game 2015 - Sports Governance Observer: Benchmarking sports governance in the future (II)
14:00 Play the Game 2015 - Playing with credibility: The corruption of international sports governance
16:30 Play the Game 2015 - Mega-events 1. The public revolts: A perfect storm for sport?
20:00 Play the Game 2015 - Mega-events 2. Can Agenda 2020 inspire sustainability in sport?
Wednesday 28 October
09:00 Play the Game 2015 - Transfers and trafficking: The human cost of broken dreams
11:45 Play the Game 2015 - Qatar and the soft diplomacy of sport
14:15 Play the Game 2015 - Sports politics and governance: A global outlook
16:30 Play the Game 2015 - The new UNESCO Charter: Wonderful intentions, but how can they come true?