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Wed, June 05, 2019

Sport Resolutions to meet the TAGS project partners in Romania

Sport Resolutions is currently participating in the Teaching Awareness of Ethical Governance in Sport (TAGS) project which is supported by the Erasmus+ programme and was developed in response to an EU motion (2016/2143 (INI)) on an integrated approach to Sport Policy: good governance, accessibility and integrity. The motion arose out of recent scandals affecting sport at the European and international levels.  

The objective of the TAGS project is to develop an undergraduate module in ethical sport governance to enhance the skills and employability of students seeking future employment in the sport sector. The module could also be used for short courses and continuing professional development. Sport Resolutions was selected as a result of our exclusive case study material drawn from years of providing dispute resolution services for sport in the UK.

The University of Gloucestershire (UK), the Palacky University (Czech Republic), the University of Thessaly (Greece) and the University of Transylvania (Romania) are the other partners on the TAGS project. 

Since the beginning of the project we have travelled to Gloucester in the UK in October 2017 and Olomouc in the Czech Republic in June 2018 and Trikala in Greece in November 2018 for transnational partner meetings. Another partner meeting will take place today in Brasov, Romania.  

The project was launched in October 2017 and due for completion in January 2020. The final meeting will be hosted by Sport Resolutions in London later this year.  

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