Presentations from Play the Game 2013 are now available for download.
Monday 28 October 2013
Opening session: Stepping up for democracy in sport
Anti-Doping in Crisis: Are there alternatives to testing?
New Strategies in the Fight against Doping - Frédéric Donzé
Diversifying, targeting, investigating and cooperating: anti-doping after US Postal - Herman Ram
Loopholes in the testing system - Perikles Simon
Match-fixing diagnosis: To the roots of the threat
The size of the global gambling market and the efforts to monitor it - Chris Rasmussen
Tuesday 29 October 2013
Match-fixing cure: Is the mafia invincible?
Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations
The investigative corner (I)
Nordic Sports Law Conference (I)
Rethink sports participation: Catching up with new trends in organised sport
Anti-doping: Saving sport, sacrificing athletes?
Rethink sports architecture and spaces for physical activity
Governance in sport: The good, the bad and the nasty
Combating match-fixing in Nordic sport
Rethink sports investment: Who are we building for?
Wednesday 30 October 2013
FIFA reforms - fact or phantom?
Mega-events and lost legacies
Europe on the run I: Who can catch the runners?
Sports media research - Beyond the International Sports Press Survey 2011
The investigative corner (II)
Four EU projects on sports governance share results and experiences
Mega-events, legislation and legacy
Match-fixing: Stories from around the world
Europe on the run II: The front runners of mass sport events
Sports participation: A lost cause for sports organisations?
Sochi 2014: Winter games with a political touch
Sports reform: How to change the tone at the top?
Thursday 31 October 2013
Mega-events and democracy: The Brazilian challenge
Managing conflicting agendas - profit, participation or performance?
Social media - how do they change sport?
Mega-events and discrimination
The investigative corner (III)
Global sports governance, challenges and alternatives
Brazil 2014 and 2016: Power games or people's games?
Sport as a development factor
Global outlook: Who holds the keys to the future of sport?