The aim of this section is to present activities, public meetings and scheduled events that analyze the match fixing phenomenon that has reached alarming levels. Nowadays they are in fact the same community institutions and the Olympic movement they ask to stem the phenomenon which threatens the principles and values of sport: integrated policies, know-how and specific training.
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 solutions to these problems.
The Conference program included a number of key and side events:
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 Learning Tool.
International Meeting, Madrid - April 6th 2018
During the 3rd AMATT International Meeting, held in Madrid on 5 and 6 April, Transparency International Spain has organized the “Good governance, transparency and integrity in sports” Conference with the participation of relevant stakeholder from the sports world.
Lisbon - October 9th 2017
Transparency International Portugal, within the framework of the Anti Match-Fixing Top Training (AMATT) project, has presented the study conducted on the perception and attitudes of Portuguese sportsmen on match fixing. The data presented correspond to the first phase of the project and result from the application of an anonymous and confidential questionnaire with the objective of generating an informative database that supports the understanding of the manipulation of results and the development of capable education / training programs to combat this problem effectively.
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