Sports Governance Observer

  • 03.10.2018 /
    There was broad debate about good governance in Danish sport when the results of a European survey were presented at a seminar for Danish sports. The seminar proved that there is a great interest in promoting good leadership, but also different attitudes as to how it should be effectuated.
  • 28.09.2018 /
    Chess takes on the sports governance agenda with a one-day conference leading up to FIDE’s 89th Congress where three candidates are vying for the post as president of the federation. Play the Game will give a keynote at the conference.
  • Photo: Colourbox
    26.09.2018 /
    Save the date: On Tuesday 13 November, international experts and keynote speakers will launch and discuss new data on European and international sports governance at a seminar in Leuven, Belgium. Join the event for free.
  • 04.09.2018 /
    With a new and strengthened focus on good governance in sport, researchers and federations hope to take Romanian sport to a new level. This was the outcome after a seminar on good governance in national sports organisations held in Bucharest.
  • 28.08.2018 /
    How well is Danish sports doing in terms of good governance? A number of distinct profiles from inside and outside of sports will try to answer this question at a Danish seminar hosted by Play the Game in collaboration with the Danish FA on 18 September.
  • 10.07.2018 /
    During a seminar on good governance in sport, researchers invited national sports federations to discuss differences and similarities with an outset in the benchmarking tool, the National Sports Governance Observer.
  • Photo: Leen Magherman
    06.06.2018 /
    At a seminar in Flanders, democracy, board competences and experiences with sports governance were discussed as a part of the NSGO project.
  • Photo: Doha Stadium Plus Qatar/Flickr
    08.05.2018 /
    In a move to assess recent developments in international sports governance, Play the Game and KU Leuven follow up on the findings produced by the 2015 Sports Governance Observer.

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