Play the Game 2007

  • 14.01.2008 /
    Play the Game participants have delivered their verdict on Play the Game 2007, with 94% of attendees rating the conference as good or very good. The conference evaluation has provided valuable feedback with regard to not only Play the Game 2007, but will also help formulating the programme for future conferences.
  • 01.11.2007 /
    Play the Game, the fifth world communication conference on sport and society, closed its proceedings today with a call for a global coalition for good governance in sport.
  • 01.11.2007 /
    Sandro Donati, one of the world’s leading anti-doping fighters, today received the Play the Game Award 2007 in Reykjavik for his courage and determination in revealing cases of doping and corruption in Italian and international sport and for his tenacity in researching the links between doping and international organised crime.
  • 01.11.2007 /
    How do you make an attention-grabbing TV documentary when no one will go on record?
  • 01.11.2007 /
    On the final day of the 2007 conference, Play the Game took a critical look the new EU white paper on the future of European sport.
  • 01.11.2007 /
    New technology is affecting the broadcasting, perception and marketing of sport – and in some cases changing its rules too.
  • 31.10.2007 /
    What do you get if you accuse an all-American sporting hero and cancer survivor of cheating? Job satisfaction, says LA Confidential author David Walsh.
  • 31.10.2007 /
    Play the Game took a critical look at the workings of football’s  governing body, including the remit of its ethics committee, the World Cup bidding process and alleged corruption.

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