The Sport&EU 2020 Annual Conference will
take place on 18-19 June 2020 in Rijeka and Opatija (Croatia), hosted by
the Faculty of Law of the University of Rijeka. Please save the date in
We are now pleased to publicise the call for papers and panels for the conference.
We invite academics and practitioners to submit paper and/or panel proposals that analyse issues in one of the three broad pillars of EU Sport Policy as defined in the current EU Work Plan for Sport: Economic impact of sport, social inclusion in and through sport, and sport integrity.
Contributions from diverse disciplines (law, politics, social sciences, economics, management, philosophy etc.) are accepted, and interdisciplinary papers are encouraged.
Papers related to the following topics are encouraged:
- Institutional dynamics in EU sport policy design and implementation
- Competition policy and legal issues in sport
- The integrity and governance of sport
- Sport policy and politics in Central and Eastern Europe
- Equality and diversity in and through sport
Following our traditional policies of equality and diversity, Sport&EU encourages PhD students and young career academics to submit their proposals for this conference.
Equally, we encourage female academics to submit their proposals. Papers with a gender perspective or a feminist theoretical framework are welcome. For panel proposals, please note that all-male panels will not be accepted.
For the 2020 conference delegates will have the opportunity to present two types of papers:
- Short 10' papers: presenting new ideas, comments on cases or early work. These papers might be fundamentally empirical, with authors seeking feedback on early analysis, possible follow up or theoretical contribution.
- Full 20' papers: These should be more elaborate papers and appropriate to an academic context. It is expected that authors include aims, methods, result and discussion.
Please use this link to download the PDF file with the instructions to submit your paper/panel proposals.
Please note that abstracts not complying with the guidelines will be returned.
Papers to be presented in next year's conference will be considered for publication in the International Sports Law Journal and the Collected Papers of the Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka. In both cases, please note that despite the name of the publications we are not seeking only law papers for the publications.
Paper and panel submissions need to be sent no later than 1st November 2019 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to receiving your proposals.
Borja García on behalf of the local organising committee.