Marcelo Moriconi, CEI-IUL researcher and coordinator of the Erasmus Sport + project T-PREG: Training on Protected Reporting from Professional and Grassroots Sports, has co-authored, with João Paulo Almeida (Portuguese Olympic Committee), the first scientific article that stems from the same project.
The article, entitled “Portuguese Fight Against Match-Fixing: Which Policies and What Ethic?,” has been published on the Journal of Global Sport Management, a scientific peer-reviewed journal, instead of being turned into a report, which is one of the typical outputs of this kind of project.
The article focuses on political measures and campaigns, including educational and awareness programmes, implemented to tackle the fight against match-fixing in Portugal.
This publication is a result of the work developed in the context of T-PREG, an international Erasmus + Sport project funded by the European Commission, whose aim is to strengthen significantly the effectiveness of ongoing private/public policies against match-fixing through a strong focus on training/information sharing. The project is based on a very strong cooperation among many relevant actors with special reference to two National Governments and two National Olympic Committees, that are for the first time involved in such a cooperative process in this topic.
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