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Call for Papers | Fifth Annual Sport & Discrimination Conference | Autonomous University of Barcelona, May 29, 2020. Call ends January 17, 2020
Discrimination cuts across traditional academic subjects and the ethos behind this conference is therefore to bring together experts from different subject areas to exchange ideas and explore what we can learn from one another. We welcome presentations about all forms of discrimination across any sporting context. As in previous years of Sport and Discrimination events, submissions may approach the conference from a variety of perspectives.
Call for Papers | Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Sport & Discrimination Conference | Solent University, Southampton, September 4, 2019. Call ends May 31, 2019
The conference welcomes and encourages submissions from academics, postgraduates and policy makers who wish to present papers making empirical, conceptual and theoretical contributions. Fitting with the theme of the keynote speakers, we especially welcome any submissions covering sexism and antisemitism.
Call for Papers | Sport and Discrimination Conference | Oxford Brookes University, Tuesday 4th September 2018. Call ends June 8, 2018
This one-day conference at Oxford Brookes University aims to investigate different forms of discrimination (racial, gender, sexuality, disability, class, etc), across a range of sports, drawing on work from a variety of academic fields (including sociology, sports studies, psychology, politics, history, and media and cultural studies).
Call For Participation | “Addressing Homophobia At Mega-Sport Events” | European Networking Conference, 17-18 November 2017, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Registration ends October 30 2017
The aim of the conference is to foster the exchange of ideas how to tackle homophobia, and how to create awareness of discrimination in sports, in particular in the framework of mega-sport events. We are inviting supporter groups, NGOs, athletes, football activists, national and international sport associations, academics, students and everybody who is interested to this conference.
What is the nature and extent of discrimination in sport today? How does it affect people’s experience of sport and their wider lives? What are the barriers to change? And how can discrimination best be tackled in the future? We welcome proposals from academics, postgraduates and policy makers, who wish to present papers making empirical, theoretical or personal contributions.
Abstract submission deadline extended | Sport and Discrimination Conference | Friday 1 May 2015, University of Sunderland, London Campus
What is the nature and extent of discrimination in sport today? How does it affect people’s experience of sport and their wider lives? What are the barriers to change? And how can discrimination best be tackled in the future?
Abstract submission deadline approaching | Sport and Discrimination | Friday 1 May 2015, University of Sunderland, London Campus
Confirmed Keynote Speakers Dr Daniel Burdsey, University of Brighton Dr Jayne Caudwell, University of Brighton Deadline for the submission of proposals: 1 December 2014 Prime Minister David Cameron recently concluded a Downing Street summit on discrimination in football by saying: ‘If everyone plays their role, then we can easily crush and deal with this problem’. Was this simply political spin, or a naïve...