Digital Peer Learning Community ensure continuity to the learning process and accompain trainers towards the peer-to-peer european learning community
Download the Pamphlets of the AMATT Program - Anti match fixing to understand the project and the phenomenon of match fixing
The tailored training is blended with a combination between workshops and a component of remote learning
Match-Fixing has become an increasingly global concern, with organized criminal syndicates operating on a massive scale, targeting a wide range of sports and it represent a significant threat to the integrity of sport, both nationally and internationally. In recent years, sports organizations have become more aware of this threat. The Anti Match-Fixing Top Training (AMATT) initiative aims to prevent and fight against Match-Fixing thanks to a tailor-made training intervention specially designed for two very important target groups:
Top Decision Makers from Sport Clubs, Federations, Leagues, Sport Regulators, Players Associations and other institutional stakeholders and Media Operators.
Activities, public meetings and scheduled events that show the common commitment to defend the sport of the match fixing phenomenon
The most important events and positive examples of cooperation to fight against match fixing and to preserve the integrity of sport
The aim of this conference was to create an international forum for debate and exchange on the main challenges facing the effectiveness in anti-match-fixing policies and to reflect on the ways in which sports bodies and media operators can, individually and collectively, propose... Read all
Meeting Ljubljana, May 2019 The 4th internal meeting was held in Ljubljana organized by Transparency International Slovenia. It was an opportunity for the partners to discuss among other things the state of the art of the Training Model and the AMATT Multilevel... Read all
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