Team up to Eliminate Violence in Sports

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Team up to eliminate violence in sports

From April 15 to 17, 2020, in Quebec City

Organized for the scientific and sports communities, as well as the general public, this conference will favour reflection, exchanges and work.

The goal: develop and provide concrete solutions to mobilize the various stakeholders so that TOEGETHER, they prevent and curb all types of violence in sports.

To do this, the 2nd Safe Sport International conference will offer presentations, discussion panels, conferences and workshops that will allow us to efficiently address the various approaches and the next challenges leading to healthy, safe and harmonious sports environments for our young athletes and the various stakeholders.

Quebec City awaits you from April 15 to 17, 2020!

Welcome to Quebec City

Sport’Aide and Safe Sport International would like to confirm for you that the next Safe Sport International (SSI) Conference will be held in Quebec City (Canada), from April 15 to 17, 2020.

Organized by Sport’Aide, this conference will take place under the theme “Team up to Eliminate Violence in Sports” and will follow the first SSI conference presented in April 2018 in Madrid, Spain.

The registration period is now open!

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First Safe Sport International conference

April 2018 – Madrid, Spain

The first Safe Sport International conference was held in April 2018, in Madrid Spain, under the theme “Challenging Violence in Sport”.

For the conference presenters, it was the first time the scientific and sports communities as well as statutory organizations working in the sporting environment joined together to eliminate violence in sports. For two days, they shared their experiences in order to coordinate an approach targeting a common goal: eliminate all types of violence in sports.

During this first Safe Sport International conference in 2018, guest speakers from more than 10 countries and representing 6 of the 7 continents and more than 20 different countries met in Madrid.

Supported by the Supreme Council for Sport in Spain and presented at the Polytechnical University of Madrid, this conference allowed two Canadian researchers, Sylvie Parent (Université Laval) and Gretchen Kerr (University of Toronto), both recognized as international experts on the problem of violence in a sporting environment, to speak and present their respective work.

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