Dr Emily Ryall and Jonathan Cooper from the University of Gloucestershire, along with Richard Harry from Sport Resolutions will outline the TAGS project and provide an overview of the key materials created.
This will include the results of two surveys on the importance and current landscape of teaching issues of ethical governance in sport in Higher Education institutions: the creation of an original resource of key case studies from Sport Resolutions, and a suite of teaching materials provided free to access and use on the project website.
The seminar will be interactive with ample opportunity throughout to ask questions and for discussion. The sessions will cover:
TAGS Project Overview and Needs Analysis Surveys:
- Introduction to the project and partners
- Summary of the two Needs Analysis Surveys on the importance of teaching awareness of ethical governance in sport
Sport Resolutions Case Study Compendium:
- Overview of aim of compendium
- Selection of cases
- How the cases can be used to support teaching
TAGS Teaching Materials:
- Overview of module and teaching materials
- How the materials can be used to support teaching and learning
Who should attend?
- Academics / Students
- Sports Governing Bodies
This is an invite-only event. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to join us on the day
* Funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
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TAGS Project Overview and Needs Analysis Surveys
Sport Resolutions Case Study Compendium
TAGS Teaching Materials
Discussion and Networking
Dr Emily RyallSeminar Host
As a philosopher by training, Dr Emily Ryall teaches across a range of sports courses and on a range of issues, from sports ethics, to the philosophy of science, to critical thinking and the logic of arguments.
Jonathan CooperSeminar Host
Jonathan Cooper, was always keen on arguing when he was young and decided to put this to good use by becoming a lawyer. He qualified as a solicitor in property and property litigation in 2007 at Walker Morris Solicitors in Leeds. Having been fascinated by how the law ‘works’, the study of law and enjoying helping others to understand complex issues, he leapt on an opportunity to become a lecturer at Leeds Metropolitan University and has not looked back since. His areas of interest are primarily property law and environmental law.
Richard HarrySeminar Host
Richard has been Chief Executive at Sport Resolutions since April 2016. Richard joined Sport Resolutions in July 2010 and spent almost six years as firstly Dispute Resolution Manager and then Legal Director.
He is a sports lawyer and former Chief Executive of the Welsh Rugby Players' Association. Richard started his career as a specialist employment and sports lawyer at Hugh James Solicitors in Cardiff before joining Clarke Willmott in Bristol
He left Clarke Willmott to establish the Welsh Rugby Players' Association and has acted as a Consultant to the World Anti-Doping Agency. Richard is a Visiting Fellow to the School of Sport and Exercise at the University of Gloucestershire.