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Sports Think Tank - A fully independent think tank dedicated to the most thorough and insightful thinking around sporting policy in the UK

"A sports think tank would be a great legacy from the 2012 games, enabling future generations to benefit from long term, well researched, and evidence-based sports policy making in the UK" Seb Coe

Sports Think Tank

Sports Think Tank

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31-32 Bedford Street
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WC2E 9ED
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+44 20 3239 3380
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http://www.sportsthinktank.com

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Violence and abuse in sport

Preventing abuse and non-accidental injury to athletes should PRIMARILY be achieved through:

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Violence and Abuse of Athletes - 'the enemy within' modern sport

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 10:27

Violence and Abuse of Athletes - 'the enemy within' modern sport

A conference of the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) in October highlighted how external threats are endangering the integrity of sport, from match fixing and betting to terrorism and cyber-crime. The sport security industry is expanding rapidly as mechanisms to mitigate such threats are...

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Latest Active People Survey shows participation decline

1 day ago

A significant drop in the number of people swimming once a week dominates new sports participation figures for the 12 months up to October 2014, Sport England has revealed.

Global football transfer market passes $4bn

2 days ago

Football clubs around the world spent a record $4.1bn (£2.7bn) on international player transfers during 2014, according to global governing body Fifa.

Sajid Javid faces questions from Culture Select Committee

21st Jan, 2015

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Sajid Javid yesterday faced questions from the Culture Select Committee, including questions on sports participation, the Olympic legacy, football governance...

About Us

Launched in 2011, the Sports Think Tank is a fully independent think tank dedicated to the most thorough and insightful thinking around sporting policy in the UK.

"A sports think tank would be a great legacy from the 2012 games, enabling future generations to benefit from a long term, well researched, and evidence based sports policy in the UK." Seb Coe