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Vacancies | 17 fully funded PhD studentships in Sport Ethics and Integrity, to The Doctoral Training Network in Sport Ethics and Integrity (DAiSI). Apply no later than September 11,...
Each of the 17 research projects is an interdisciplinary combination of ethical, legal, and social dimensions. Joint degree PhDs will be awarded to the successful candidates by two of the consortium partners. Moreover, each project is characterised by joint supervision reflecting this philosophy and is supported by one or more prestigious sport or sport related institutions: Athletics Integrity Unit; Biathlon Integrity Unit; Federation of International Football Associations; International Olympic Committee, Union of European Football Associations; United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; and the World Anti-Doping Agency.
The 2023/2025 edition of the Advanced Olympic Research Grant Programme has been launched. Apply no later than January 30, 2023
We are pleased to inform you that the 2023/2025 edition of the Advanced Olympic Research Grant Programme has been launched. For this edition, we are inviting the academic community to submit proposals related to at least one of the 10 IOC priority fields grouped in the following 4 main themes: Athlete safeguarding, mental health and wellbeing; Ethics and integrity; Gender equality; and Olympism 365 – Development through sport and sport’s contribution to the sustainable development goals.
The IOC Olympic Studies Centre collaborates with international organizations to raise the visibility of Social Science Research (SSR) in Sport
The SSR Collaboration Platform is an informal “Community of Practice” for international organizations that fund or support SSR in sport integrity matters.The organizations involved engage to share experiences using their collective insights to improve the benefits of SSR, including reducing duplication of research and importantly, improving the way in which SSR is disseminated, understood and adopted by stakeholders in the field of sport.
Call for Papers | “Managing Abuse and Integrity in Sport” | Special Issue of Sport Management Review. Call ends September 28, 2018
For this special issue, we encourage submissions from scholars both inside and outside of the sport management domain (e.g., sociology, social psychology, coaching and pedagogy, psychology, sociocultural studies, criminology) to provoke a broad, interdisciplinary, and critical discussion about the management of abuse.