The project, which was funded by the EU and has produced not just an extensive survey on the issue of match-fixing (we recently reported on the results here) but also a wide-ranging training module, finishes at the end of 2017. Reason enough, therefore, to conclude this fittingly with a conference of high-level guests and to discuss last votes on the results of the cooperation.
The detailed content of the jointly-developed training module is filed on the project website.
As well as the Play Fair Code, partners of the FIX the FIXING project include representatives of the University of Limerick (Ireland), Queen’s University Belfast (UK), IRIS – Institute des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques (France) and the International Council for Coaching Excellence (Cyprus). The Aristotle University in Thessaloniki is responsible for coordinating the project, the aim being to develop innovative training approaches and methods based on a survey carried out across Europe on the issue of match-fixing.