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Sport Good Governance Game

The Sport Good Governance Game (SG3) Erasmus project consists of 3 parts: the elaboration of an awareness game, a workshop and an action plan to inspire European sport managers (to be) and help them become better ethical leaders. Participants in the SG3 program learn to recognize various elements that can threaten the integrity of their sport and they learn the basic principles of good governance and ethical leadership that they can apply in their own organization.

DAE research, together with Lunex University, was responsible for the development of an awareness game on good governance in sports. This simulation game involves six participants who make decisions based on several scenarios leading up to the organization of an international sporting event: the Youth Olympic Games. Each participant is assigned a specific role and must represent the interests of the sports organization from that role’s perspective. During the game, they must work together to make difficult decisions regarding doping, match-fixing, transgressive behavior, unfair play, and other topics such as gender equality, interpersonal violence, and media coverage.

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Good Governance and Law in Sport

– 18/11/2022
Hall O, Lunex University, Differdange, Luxemburg
The business of sport is always evolving, confronting sports organisations with new challenges every day. To cope with these challenges, further development of the roles of sport managers is greatly needed. To meet this need, LUNEX is actively working on ongoing research projects in the field of sport, which includes a significant European project: Sport Good Governance Game (SG3). Supported by the UNESCO Chair, the Good Governance and Law in Sport Conference helps different sports organisations and governmental agencies, by providing clarity on sports governance and the legal environment in both Luxembourg and Europe.