Stepping up for democracy in sport.
This is the main goal for the Play the Game conference in Aarhus 2013. This year’s conference will focusing on these themes during the four days of intense sports debates:
- Match-fixing: Fair game for gangsters?
- Sports reforms: Fact or Phantom?
- The anti-doping dilemma: Saving sport, sacrificing athletes?
- Recreational sport: A lost cause for sports organisations?
- Sports facilities: Who are we building for?
- From Russia to Rio: Power games or people’s games?
- Open Forum
Speakers will create debate
More than 300 participants from about 40 countries has announced their arrival in Aarhus for the conference. Nearly 150 speakers will start a ton of different debates with a simple purpose to promote democracy, transparency and freedom of expression in sport.
This is the eighth Play the Game conference that had its first back in 1997.