Prof. Mathieu Winand at the Final Conference of the EU-Funded ACTION Project

Prof. Mathieu Winand was in Warsaw yesterday as he participated in a consortium of EU partners. This collaborative effort, consisting of countries such as Poland, Greece, Lithuania, Cyprus, Malta, and Bulgaria, revolves around the 3-year ACTION project. This initiative is co-funded by the European Union through the Erasmus+ programme, reflecting a commitment to fostering cooperation and innovation in the realm of sports governance.

The University of Warsaw played host to the final conference of the ACTION project, providing a platform for experts like Prof. Winand to share insights and contribute to the discourse on sport governance. Prof. Winand actively participated in the expert panel on Sport Governance, offering his valuable perspective on the challenges and opportunities inherent in the field.

The overarching goal of the ACTION project is to support the implementation of governance practices within sport federations across Europe. By bringing together representatives from diverse countries, the consortium aims to create a collaborative framework that enhances the effectiveness and transparency of sports governance.

Prof. Mathieu Winand’s representation of LUNEX University and Luxembourg in Warsaw during the consortium’s final conference for the ACTION project exemplifies the commitment to advancing sports governance practices in Europe. Through collaborative efforts and shared expertise, this initiative seeks to establish a solid foundation for effective and transparent governance within sport federations.


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