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Call for Papers | “Developing Community Sport” | The UK Sport Development Network (UKSDN) 2018 conference, University Centre Hartpury, June 2–3, 2018. Call ends April 27, 2018
The UKSDN is passionate about encouraging practice informed research and research informed practice. We are inviting submissions for papers and posters to be presented at the UKSDN 2018 conference. Presentations will last for a maximum of 10 minutes and will form part of a convened discussion to stimulate critical, forward-thinking conversations.
Call for Papers | “Disrupting the Good Intentions of Sport (as a Tool for Inclusion and Integration)” | Linköping University, August 15–17 2018. Call ends February 4, 2018
Sport has been proposed as a potential facilitator for ‘integration’ and ‘social inclusion’ of migrant populations into hosting countries. In this workshop, we welcome papers that are investigating the field of sport and physical activity through a critical lens, highlighting the challenges within existing traditions and working towards inclusive and participatory practices.
Call for Participation | UK Sport Development Network (UKSDN) 2017 Conference | Plymouth Marjon University, November 17, 2017
This conference comes at an important time for sport development in the UK; following a major sport policy shift by government and at a time when key stakeholders are considering their responses to new priorities. We anticipate a large number of delegates from both academic and practitioner focused backgrounds with senior figures participating as keynote speakers and presenters.
Call for Papers | UK Sport Development Research Network (UKSDN) 2017 National Conference | Friday, November 17, 2017, University of St Mark & St John, Plymouth
On behalf of the Organising Committee, we are delighted to invite you to join us in Plymouth for this Conference. This year’s conference theme is – ‘Creating a Sustainable Sporting Future: Issues, Pathways and Opportunities ’. This conference aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from across a broad range of Sports Development areas.
Call for Papers | Innovations in Sport for Development and Peace (SDP) Research | May 31–June 1, 2016, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
“We are pleased to invite proposals for participation in a colloquium on Innovations in Sport for Development and Peace (SDP) Research. While proposals do not need to consider the specific themes of gender or girlhood, we especially welcome contributions that focus on these areas.”
Registration is open! The 6th Annual European Sports Development Network (ESDN) Conference | Leeds Trinity University, September 3, 2015
ESDN 2015 will be delivered in partnership with The University of Leeds, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds City Council Sport and Active Leisure and West Yorkshire Sport, reflecting the work of key stakeholders in Leeds working in the field of Sports Development.
Call for Papers | 3rd Annual Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum Will Focus on Athlete Activism | April 3-4, Louisville, KY
The 3rd Annual Muhammad Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum will take place April 3-4 in Louisville, KY with the theme, Athlete Activism: Past, Present and Future. The Forum is designed to advance education, advocacy and research on the role and contribution of athletes toward social change, human rights and development. We welcome practitioners, scholars, policymakers, athletes and...
We are pleased to announce that registration for ESDN2014 is now open. The conference, taking place on 9th September 2014 at the University of Wolverhampton, will be delivered in partnership with the Sport and Recreation Alliance, the Black Country BeActive Consortium, and Sport4Life UK. Ruth Holdaway, from the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation, will provide our keynote address. The standard delegate rate is...
The Sport in Africa conference at Ohio University celebrates its tenth anniversary in April 2014. Over the years, the conference has been proud to provide scholarship that situates sport (in particular, sport in Africa and the Global South) within the realms of mainstream scholarship. Equally significant is that recently the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution proclaiming April 6...
The University of Wolverhampton is delighted to be hosting the fifth annual European Sport Development Network conference. The conference will take place in the heart of England, at the Performance Hub on the Walsall Campus. Date: Tuesday 9 September 2014 Time: 9:30am - 4:00pm Opportunity through sport The conference will adopt the theme of Opportunity through sport, and will soon welcome contributions relating to the following sub-themes: Community...
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