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who haven't yet
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my name's john marshall play and uh i'm i'm going to start with a brief introduction
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of the topic of this morning which shoes as you know a sporting technically
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i think it's a very important topic and uh we're glad the
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of that uh uh so many people chose to come
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uh yes they we had the digital revolution in sport which is obviously
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an important topic that also has integrity to say the least
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it's not such a new topic actually uh i it's a
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hot topic today but i will show you also
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but it is not such a new topic it's about that big i just listed here a few initiatives
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which will uh recently uh and balanced by uh
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several organisations for example we i you see
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uh in february two thousand seventeen very recently
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started use international sport integrity partnership
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i've uh been stations are done similar initiatives uh in fact discovered doing this presentation that
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next week you know the city will next next the next to junior and was than
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we'll uh we'll be these like the world capitals or sports integrity of you know but but it's probably not the
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end of it and uh uh so uh we we are really a little bit advance when we could dance
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uh i asked so many initiatives in fact in terms of sports integrity at the moment
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uh about some colleagues call it a an industry
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a cottage industry a lot of people are
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investing or trying to invest or trying to do things regarding sports integrity but
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as i told you before it it's not such a new topic
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it has been around for a many many years you can even uh
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start at the engine to lead the blooms uh increase of course uh that was a lot
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of cheating and the teachers were punished by having to pay fines and with his finds
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the uh on the of the olympia site would build statues and temples
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to the school design us and do this would be lined up
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into the entrance of human tick stadium which you can still see today of course yeah
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ruins of all these things always trophies which were paid by finds by teachers
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this was a long time ago of course a modern sports starts in the nineteenth century
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in england and in england in the nineteenth century base about a lot of other races
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yeah a lot of uh races for prize money and a lot of backing also associated
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we've all these races not only races but horse riding also rolling and so on
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and uh uh it's it becomes a little bit of a mass and the the gentleman at the time
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want to separate themselves from this uh activities uh
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starting sport activities and they create the
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idea of a matter isn't the concept of a matter isn't that is gentleman
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playing doing sport among themselves without any prize money without batting
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and of course this concept of the matter is um was very important in the history of sport
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and uh lasted more that's until the seventies nineteen seventies didn't think
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movement started because of is uh i matters in concept
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and a spot in general and uh it at the end of the twentieth century
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a lot of a score which is started to hear they probably existed before like drooping
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like a hooliganism like a gigantic is um
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and also more recently bribery and corruption
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so this is not so new and uh in fact this is the taking over of
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a new philosophy compared to a matter isn't it is the philosophy of not that
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taking part is the important thing ask about them with that with that say that winning at all cost i would say
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and um this isn't too well we have to live with today
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and of course despite the fact of his being a
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very well topic today it's even more important
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um i just mentioned here a few scandals which you have all heard about
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uh starting in nineteen ninety nine uh the uh soap lake city ices candle
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you all heard about it of course but more recently in the the future scandal
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in twenty fifteen and the ideal way of scandal yet leaks federation scandal
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in a twenty sixteen and the scandals uh i still have a impacts
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today for example the icy recently created the addiction compliance office
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and uh uh as you know after the fusion scandal in i.
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w. f. scandals governance reforms important government officials where started
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continuing like we were talking today about what happened at the fever congress
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last night and uh also in at idle yes as a bigger
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issue um government reforms going on which is not finished but
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not only in this a large uh organisation large organisations but also
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we heard but the corruption scandals around the real games
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uh and also in many of our international sports organisations
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because even see reason has you so it it's it's not about sport but its title scandal
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but we are going to to do today or try to do today is to define the
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the what we're talking about just as a worked worked i i'd like to do
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uh of course it's very difficult to this fine
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sports integrity sometimes it's translated by clean
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sport but one way is of course to define integrity uh by its opposite
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so integrity is exposing thirty is not cheating spurt integrity is not corruption sports
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integrity is not fraud spoke integrity is the lack of a play
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well our ways to define integrity the idea well together is
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to strive to safeguard the good side of sport
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for health education integration sustainable development and so on
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no it to fight the the dockside of what what i would talk
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side of sport and i'm going to be a little more precise
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doesn't work yeah here it is the dark side of sports i think they are four main areas of concern
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for mains coaches that have to be fought possible drooping of course it's not only drooping
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uh of elite athletes international elite athletes but
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also the opening of grassroots balls
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to do grassroots was a lot of people takes no kind of substances and supplements
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we have proof of use for example in the twenty kilometres on was an
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so this is a clearly something that should be fought uh you have all the
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personal integrity which is in when they are um
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tear tracked uses what i label here and one s.
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i including it much fixing violence dresses and discrimination of
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all kinds and so on you have be
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connected with a um integrity which uh goes against corruption
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and uh about the lack of ethics in general and
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barbarism strings we just talked about three for and
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maybe another federations and finally this is something which is often forgotten but i think which is very important
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sustainable development a lack of sustainability but a lot of sports events
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sports organisations and a sports in general many
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sports are not respecting the sustainability principles
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so this other four main areas of concern and in order
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to to to do something we we should concentrate
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i think on say sport that is the opposite of useful main quarters
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um sustainability as i just say but also untied hoping
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yeah play and tactics s. a. f. e. that's a macro name which is
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easy to remember i hope and which uh it should help uh
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fight hole against what is a good could become unsafe sport well
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like having changed at sea unsafe here if the problem we we should go for say sport
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has to be involved that i will be very brief well of course we individuals
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uh you and me and uh these are the
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athletes the interaction managers we organise is
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spectators a television viewers that's what could be called a
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behavioural integrity but also the organisations the sports organisations
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what could be called mo integrity uh starting from most levels the club level
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local levels national levels national federations international federations are and
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what governing bodies in general but also sponsors
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letting the parade to spark asses and so this is very
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important i think if we want to fight against
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against that sport integrity so what can be done i hope we will
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have a few um solutions coming up today in the in the
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i know uh for us we are going to listen to profess a bank kaiser from us you laws and
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i was going to give us the keynote about uh ethics in sport
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and sometimes we disagree and i'm sure this will be an interesting discussion
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after that we will have the discussion led back to loom around we're way yet so i
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didn't see you i will that several people but i i thought the piccolo the
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japan because over from uh the international labour organisation
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'cause can talk a a member workings of about workers rights in sports events
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then we will have it in your gas chan from you have far we'll talk obviously but integrity include bell
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then mike nouveau from the won't olympian association uh representing athletes and uh you
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will talk among other things about the athletes right the clean sport
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e. looping area which is unpacked looking area should say which is very important
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then john look man and when a who is uh uh the uh
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uh she c. o. r. b. look one more with the
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you go up betting operator status with sudden they only two yeah one is in in switzerland
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your when is in german speaking part but look real amount is in french speaking part
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and obviously you will talk about match fixing and you
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betting and finally my no she from amnesty international
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and then an important uh and non governmental organisations and uh out talking
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among other things about racism discrimination and so on in school
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so thank you very much for your attention and we're not

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Conference program

Introduction
Jean-Loup Chappelet, UNIL-IDHEAP Professor
10 May 2017 · 9:08 a.m.
Organisation
10 May 2017 · 9:20 a.m.
Keynote - Sport ethics
Bengt Kayser, UNIL-ISSUL Professor
10 May 2017 · 9:22 a.m.
Heritage Sporting Events
Joël Pinson, UNIL-IDHEAP
10 May 2017 · 11:59 a.m.

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