ACTIVITY

Play the Game 2024

DATE

Monday, February 5, 2024, 8:00 AM

LOCATION

Trondheim, Norway

Sparking Change & Clearing Sport

The 13th edition of the Play the Game conference held in Trondheim, Norway, this February, brought together academics, journalists, athletes, human rights defenders and other stakeholders in the sports world to discuss the most pressing issues in international sport. The Sport & Rights Alliance (SRA) participated in the forum with representatives presenting on topics ranging from abuse in sport, remedy and prevention to athlete organizing and anti-doping, human rights abuses in countries hosting mega-sporting events and athlete participation at Paris 2024.

Read our reflections on the conference here.

Upcoming Activities

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Meet & Greet: Athletes Network for Safer Sports

Meet & Greet: Athletes Network for Safer Sports

Meet the Network Advisory Council Join us for our first online event to meet the people behind the Athletes Network and learn more about becoming a member. Date: Wednesday 29 May 2024 Time: 10:00 New York // 11:00 São Paulo // 16:00 Zurich // 17:00 Nairobi Event format: This 60-minute session will be interactive and conversational, and may […]

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Upcoming Activities

Would be interested to join our international network of solidarity for people impacted by violence in the context of sports?

Meet & Greet: Athletes Network for Safer Sports

Meet & Greet: Athletes Network for Safer Sports

Meet the Network Advisory Council Join us for our first online event to meet the people behind the Athletes Network and learn more about becoming a member. Date: Wednesday 29 May 2024 Time: 10:00 New York // 11:00 São Paulo // 16:00 Zurich // 17:00 Nairobi Event format: This 60-minute session will be interactive and conversational, and may […]

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Sport has the potential to be a catalyst for human development, unity, and freedom, but too often it instead brings harm to its athletes, fans, and communities. We exist to uncover and rectify the many abuses that exist both in and around sport. We aim to transform sports into an authentic force for good.