At the end of May, a two-day meeting of the project partners in Ljubljana focused on the analysis and processing of the project's results so far.

Erasmus+ AMATT – Anti Match-fixing Top Training - fourth international meeting

The partner representatives of Università Cattolica, Play Fair Code, EASG, the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) and the Transparency International Chapters Italy, Spain, Portugal and Slovenia presented the latest versions of the training and education model for top decision-makers in sports federations and media companies. A source for this were the 13 extensive interviews conducted by the Play Fair Code with Austrian top sport representatives. From these, the most relevant statements were extracted in a coding process and transferred to a tag cloud, that is, summarized in appropriate keywords. On this basis, the Play Fair Code carried out seven so-called high-level trainings in the relevant target groups in order to test the efficiency and effectiveness of the training contents.

Prior to the final launch of the training program as part of the final project conference in October in Rome, there are many more test runs to come in the next couple of months.

Severin Moritzer, CEO Play Fair Code, said: "The aim of this training program is to reach the top operational representatives in organized sport on a cross-border basis in order to create a fundamental awareness for corruption in sport and match-fixing."



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