Submissions for the Legacy Conference 2015 are now due on 29th July 2015. For more information please visit the tab on our homepage or click here.
Aim and Purpose Learning lessons from legacy is central to the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Recent events such as the London Olympics and dating back at least as far as to Manchester Commonwealth Games demonstrates the growing scrutiny of claims made suggesting lasting legacy effects that are increasingly important strands of longer term urban regeneration…
Policy Scotland has have established a new legacy research network to bring cities and academics together to share learning about what works and what does not from sporting and cultural events around the world
First International Legacy Network Conference: Glasgow 2014: Legacy, Partnership, Regeneration? October 14-16 2015, Mitchell Library, GlasgowConference Organised by Policy Scotland at the University of Glasgow, in partnership with the Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Life. You are warmly invited to attend and/or participate at the above multi-disciplinary professional and academic conference. We welcome…
Three public engagement debates related to the Commonwealth Games, focused on elite sport, national sport and physcial activity.
New research suggests that an initiative that helps male football fans feel better and live a healthier lifestyle by losing weight, taking more exercise, and improving their diet has had success.
Launch of the EuroFIT which aims to harness the ‘love of the game’ to engage football fans in health-promoting lifestyle changes.