With a €100,000 donation from the Dutch sports ministry, the Netherlands have shown great confidence and engagement in this year’s Play the Game conference. The city of Eindhoven and Danish sports organisations have also volunteered generous support for Play the Game 2017.
How does sport ride the waves of cultural, political, social and technological change? How is sport adapting to a world in change and the many calls for reform? Is sport too conservative to change? Help search for answers at Play the Game 2017.
Efforts to clean up international and regional sports governance six years into one of the worst crises in its history have yet to tackle the elephant in the room: the incestuous and inseparable relationship between sports and politics as indicated in Play the Game’s Autonomy Index.
The deadline for registering at a very discounted price for Play the Game 2017, taking place in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 26-30 November, has been extended. Register before 22 September and save €200 on the final conference price.