News articles

  • 15.10.2019 /
    At Play the Game 2019 Assistant professor Spencer Harris from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs called for adjustments of the National Sports Governance Observer.
  • 15.10.2019 /
    Making the authorities aware of corruption and cheating can have serious consequences for the informant. At Play the Game 2019 top speakers shared experiences on whistleblowing and how to better protect whistleblowers and encourage them to come forward.
  • 15.10.2019 /
    Similar doping offences don’t always result in similar sanctions. At Play the Game 2019, speakers discussed how to ensure that the punishments are consistent.
  • 15.10.2019 /
    The tentative opening up of football stadia to women in Iran for an international game against Cambodia on October 10 is only the start, FIFA’s head of sustainability & diversity said at Play the Game 2019.
  • 14.10.2019 /
    For a decade, the South African athletics star Caster Semenya has been at the center of a controversy surrounding a high level of testosterone in her body and her right to compete as a female. What does the Semenya case mean to athletes?
  • 14.10.2019 /
    Interview with David Howman, Chairman of the Athletics Integrity Unit, on the biggest challenges to international sport, at Play the Game 2019.
  • 14.10.2019 /
    Interview with Linda Helleland, Vice-President of WADA and member of Parliament in Norway, on her experiences with sports governance and view on conflicts of interest, at Play the Game 2019.
  • 14.10.2019 /
    At Play the Game 2019 top speakers shared their views and thoughts on a highly debated question in world sport: Who should represent athletes?

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