11
Jun
2009

Human Rights and Beijing 2008: Match or Mismatch - Brian Dooley

Brian Dooley works for Amnesty International. Here he talks about the human rights situation in China, which he argues created more human rights violations than it solved.

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11
Jun
2009

Media Freedom in China - Aidan White

Aiden White is the General Secretary of the International Federation of Journalists. In this talk he discusses media freedom in China and how far it reaches.

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11
Jun
2009

Chinese Cultural Identity and the Beijing Games - Hai Ren

Hai Ren is a Professor and Director of the Olympic Studies Centre at the University of Beijing. Here he discusses the Beijing Games 2008 and China's National Image and Cultural Identity.

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11
Jun
2009

A History of Sport in China - Xiong Huan

Xiong Huan is from the Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at the University of Cork. Here she talks about the history of sport and sports policy in China.

11
Jun
2009

Match Fixers: They are here. What are we going to do now? - Declan Hill

Declan Hill leads a dangerous existence as an investigative journalist, author and academic. Here he discusses match fixing in sport and why we should be concerned.

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11
Jun
2009

Match Fixing in Sport - How Betfair Can Help Tackle Corruption - Mark Davies

Mark Davies is the Managing Director of Betfair. Here he discusses how his organisation can help to tackle corruption in sport in the 21st century.

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11
Jun
2009

Match Fixing in Sport - Sports Betting in Professional Football - Emanuel Macedo de Medeiros

Emanuel Macedo de Medeiros works for the European Professional Football Leagues. Here he discusses the dark side of sports betting and what is needed to be done to safeguard the integrity of professional football.

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10
Jun
2009

Match Fixing in Sport - Don’t bet on it - Michael Franzese

Michael Franzese is a former mob boss. In this talk, part of the Play the Game Sport and Society Conference, Michael talks about match fixing.

10
Jun
2009

Greg LeMond - ‘Cycling is dying through drugs’ - Video

Greg LeMond is a three-time winner of the Tour de France. His stance on anti-doping and performance enhancing substances has brought him into conflict with some of the most famous names in the sport. Here he talks about his career and his highly contentious opinions and attitudes toward drugs and ethics in sport.

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10
Jun
2009

The Reassuring Stability of Football Capitalism - Stefan Szymanski

Stefan Szymanski is an economist from the CASS Business School. Here he discusses why football has been relatively stable during the financial crisis.

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