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Play the Game 2019 - Athlete power on the rise
Join leading stakeholders in debates on sports governance, corruption and crime, safeguarding of athletes, the future of anti-doping and other vital issues in sport.
Bring your ideas, solutions and expertise to Play the Game 2019 in Colorado Springs (CO), USA, from 13-16 October.
Study points to systemic shortfalls of scientific integrity in anti-doping25.04.2019 /Study calls the regulation under WADA ‘arbitrary'. Scientific robustness is of great importance, but there is more to anti-doping than science, says WADA. >
‘A timely and provocative paper’25.04.2019 /New study on scientific integrity in anti-doping raises many valid questions with respect to the current anti-doping regime, says Graeme Steel, iNADO CEO, but also has some critical viewpoints. >
Journalists investigating sports corruption exposed to many kinds of risks15.04.2019 /For some journalists, reporting on integrity breaches in sport comes at a price, says this paper and presents various dangers that sports journalists face. >
Continuing the improvement of governance in national federations12.04.2019 /While the EU-financed part of the National Sports Governance Observer has officially ended, Play the Game carries the project on as more nations join in. >
Athletes to athletes: Join the momentum and call for change12.04.2019 /Open letter from athlete coalition urges athletes at IOC’s Athletes’ Forum to ask for ‘concrete solutions’ to the many calls for reform coming from an increasingly strong athlete voice >
Call for Papers: Play the Game 2019 – Athlete power on the rise04.03.2019 /Crossing the Atlantic for the first time, the 11th edition of the Play the Game conference sets the athletes center stage. >