More than 6000 people in seven European countries took actively part in this successful project that mapped the prevalence of sporting-related match-fixing next to raising awareness around this issue?
Approximately three weeks ago, an important milestone was reached by the EPOSM project. After successfully conducting a large-scale international study on match-fixing in 7 European countries, and subsequently elaborating country specific action plans and workshops against match-fixing, it was time to further disseminate the project results and outputs.
Hence, Panathlon International, one of the EPOSM project partners, hosted two EPOSM multiplier events in Lausanne (Switzerland). More specifically, a “Round Table on EPOSM” and an “International Symposium on EPOSM” took place on November 15, 2021. In total, both events (together) were attended by nearly 100 people (physically or online).
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The EU-funded Erasmus+ sport project “Evidence-based Prevention Of Sporting-related Match-fixing” (EPOSM), with substantial contribution of the Play Fair Code, came to an end with two multiplier events in Lausanne (Switzerland) on November 15, 2021.