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Call for Papers | “Sport and Refugees: Displacement, Migration, and Settlement Journeys”, Special Issue of Sport in Society | Call ends October 31, 2020
This special issue aims to provide new knowledge and insights into refugees’ lived experiences and journeys across all levels of sport – from grassroots to elite, and will also provide a platform to better understand and showcase the contributions by refugees to local and global sports cultures, and to highlight the relevance of sport as a lens through which it is possible to reveal, interrogate, and address practices, narratives, and policies regarding forced migration.
Call for Papers | 7th International Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) Conference | University of Worcester, UK, July 28–30, 2020. Call ends February 3, 2020
We invite abstracts of papers to be presented at the conference. There are several ways to present your work at TGfU2020 and the various options available to you are outlined here. Your abstract must be aligned either to one of the three major themes and/or to one of the four sub-themes which together form the focus areas of the conference. The three major themes are inclusion, integration and implementation.
Då ska du vika den 6 september i din kalender. I samband med att The European Sport Management Conference hålls på Malmö Live erbjuds ett särskilt program för verksamma inom idrotten och dess organisationer. Temat för detta program är: Rethinking ”sport for all” kl. 13:00-17:00: Inclusion and integration Under en halvdag kommer temat att belysas av olika aktörer. Ni kommer...
Call for Papers | Sociolinguistic Dynamics in Sport, an International Conference | Siena, Italy, November 15–17, 2018. Call ends July 22, 2018
Sport promotes a shared sense of belonging and participation and may therefore also be an important tool for the integration of immigrants. The link between language and sport is, therefore, a very interesting issue which pushes one unto reflecting about identitarian expressions and to rethink integration of immigrants and all citizens.
Visit the 26th EASM – The European Sport Management Conference in the exciting city of Malmö, Sweden! The theme of this year’s conference is Managing Sport in a Changing Europe. The conference attracts several hundred delegates from universities and sport-related organizations at different levels in Sweden, Europe and the rest of the world.
Boka in den 6 september i din kalender! I samband med att The European Sport Management Conference hålls på Malmö Live erbjuds den dagen ett särskilt eftermiddagsprogram (kl. 13-17) för verksamma inom idrotten och dess organisationer på följande aktuella tema: Rethinking ”sport for all”: Inclusion and integration(?)
Call for Workshop Proposals | 26th EASM – The European Sport Management Conference | Malmö (Sweden), 5–8 September 2018. Call ends November 30, 2017
The Scientific Committee of the EASM 2018 Conference invites sport management scholars and practitioners to organise Workshops on various sub-themes of sport management at our upcoming conference. The conference is organised by the Department of Sport Sciences, Malmö University, in cooperation with the European Association for Sport Management (EASM).
Call for Papers | “‘Sport Open’: Managing Integration, Migration and Multiculturalism in Sport” | Workshop at the EASM 2017 Conference, 5–8 September, in Bern (call ends 2017-04-20)
The workshop will highlight issues and subjects related to integration, migration and multiculturalism. In this matter, sport is expected to play a significant part in relation to migration, culture and integration. Consequently, the proposed theme of the workshop is related to the present European situation, with a considerable amount of immigrants and refuges.
Call for Participants | “The integrative role of sport – what can research contribute?” | PhD course at the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, University of Copenhagen
The aim of the course is to provide PhD students with more in depth knowledge about research on how sport can promote integration (e.g. amongst migrants, older adults, disabled individuals and in terms of gender). The course provides a space to exchange ideas and knowledge about research methods related to the course topic.
I ett initiativ att förbättra den bristfälliga simkunskapen hos ensamkommande flyktingbarn har studenter vid Malmö Högskola startat projektet ”Simma för livet”.
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