International chef

Jens Sejer Andersen

Ansvarlig for Play the Games konference og instituttets internationale netværk. Bidrager desuden til formidlingen af international idrætspolitik.

jens@playthegame.org

+45 2071 0701

Jens Sejer Andersen er journalist og international chef for Play the Game, et initiativ under Idrættens Analyseinstitut, som arbejder for at hæve idrættens etiske standarder og fremme demokrati, gennemsigtighed og ytringsfrihed i international idræt.

Gennem sine 11 internationale konferencer siden 1997 og sine kommunikations- og analyseprojekter har Play the Game sat et markant præg på den internationale idrætsdebat og udviklet sig til et samlingspunkt for de kræfter, der arbejder med centrale udfordringer som eksempelvis korruption, match-fixing, doping, forskellige former for overgreb og faldende deltagelse i idræt og fysisk aktivitet.

Jens Sejer Andersen har stået i spidsen for adskillige internationale analyseprojekter, blandt andre

Disse projekter har fået støtte fra EU, mens andre projekter er støttet af en årlig særbevilling fra Kulturministeriet og Folketinget.

I Europarådet repræsenterer Jens Sejer Andersen Play the Game som medlem af den rådgivende komité under rådets idrætspolitiske gren, the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS), og var fra 2016-2020 komitéens formand.

Tilsvarende er han medlem af den rådgivende komité under UNESCO og deltager regelmæssigt i ekspertgruppemøder i EU.

Jens Sejer Andersen er en flittigt brugt kommentator og har igennem årene holdt idrætspolitiske oplæg i over 30 lande, herunder på topmøder og ministerkonferencer i EU, Europarådet og UNESCO.

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Sport must choose between democracy and autocracy

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Andrew Jennings (1943-2022), the incomparable

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The work of improving sports governance has just begun

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Italians rally to support an athlete

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WADA won the battle, but lost the power to push victory

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En løftet olympisk pegefinger til Europas sidste diktator

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Olympic finger-wagging at Europe’s last dictator

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The man who blew the whistle on his own corruption

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FBI vs. FIFA: How deep an impact?

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A decade that opened windows of democracy in sport

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Governments step up their actions against sports corruption

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Athlete activism: An omen for sport in the 2020's?

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Will the rise of athletes’ power lead to the fall of empires?

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The athlete’s right to have a voice

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Kronprins i klemme

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The games that are not really games

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European politicians demand radical change of sports governance

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The sanctions against Russia: A turning point for the IOC?

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Why democracy matters in movement and sport cultures

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The unsung heroes that bring us out of the dark

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A playful democrat has passed away

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Anti-doping: Give WADA more owners and strengthen global commitment

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Play the Game holder debat om sportens ledelseskultur

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Open letter: Sport owes a dignifying life to the whistleblower Mario Goijman

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The Olympic contempt for clean athletes

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IAAF launches far-reaching reform proposals

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The IOC and Brazil: A mutual need for hope

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Havelange 100 years: Sports leader in disgrace, Olympic guest of honour

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FIFA’s forsigtige fremskridt

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Infantino must act before the small cracks of light are covered again

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Will FIFA give us reform – or give us the finger?

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The year that killed the autonomy of sport

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FIFA: Once again, more make-up than make-over

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Pressure builds on FIFA leaders before crucial meeting

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Personen Blatter træder tilbage, vil systemet Blatter fortsætte?

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Blatter the person is going, will Blatter the system survive?

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International idræt: Tid til handling

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Den globale idræts krise er Danmarks store chance

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Governments face global upgrade of their sports policies

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IOC’s Agenda 2020: A cautious answer to terrifying challenges

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FIVB accused of violating statutes to oust former presidential candidate

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Volleyball president Graça seeks eight-year term to avoid age limit

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Good governance in sport requires government engagement

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Nyt FN-charter skal styrke den globale idrætspolitik

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World volleyball president gave profitable contracts to family members

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Brazil is the true world champion – of sports debate

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Brasilien er de sande verdensmestre – i idrætsdebat

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Is bad performance in sport connected to bad governance?

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Krav om indsats mod matchfixing & korruption i sport

Jens Sejer Andersen

ICSS and Sorbonne University call for World Forum for Sports Integrity

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World leaders in volleyball threatened by Brazilian corruption scandal

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Downsizing Olympics: The Olympic spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak

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2013: Rays of hope in a somber world of sport

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Opening speech: The democratic noise of sport

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Fencer, fighter and financier

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Tokyo 2020: In the safe hands of the archer

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A week of words awaiting sport – but will they lead to action?

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Brazil lacks national sports policy

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Brazil ups fight against corruption, puts sport under pressure

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Brazilian corruption fighters face resistance

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The battle of Maracanã

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FIFA’s nye etiske komité dumper sin første test

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FIFA’s new Ethics Committee fails first test

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Brasilien mangler national idrætspolitik

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Kampen om Maracanã

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VM og OL sætter fokus på korruption

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Brasilien strammer op mod korruption

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The Challenge for Europe in the Governance of Sport

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Gør fodboldens triste dag til festdag

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Playing by the rules: Financial fair play and the fight against corruption in sport

Jens Sejer Andersen

Brasilien risikerer 'hvide elefanter'

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Brazilian stadium legacy may end up below international average

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Former FIFA director Champagne joins Play the Game day in Brazil, registration opens

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Join the Play the Game day in São Paulo, Brazil, 24 October

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Unanswered questions and unsung heroes

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A taste of Play the Game at EASM 2012 in Aalborg

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Former WADA-president Richard W. Pound goes to EASM 2012 calling for a stronger effort against corruption in sport

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Corruptibilitis: A European remedy for a global epidemic?

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Europe wants convention against match fixing

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FIFA-reformator til Aalborg

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Pieth’s prudent paper and Blatter’s play for time

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Gun threat and desperation as police try to take over Mario Goijman’s home

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No tears shed for Teixeira in Brazil, now it is FIFA’s turn

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2012: A promising start for the villains of sport

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From terrible to tragic: The situation of sports corruption fighter Mario Goijman

Jens Sejer Andersen

FIFA opens revolving door for anti-corruption heavyweight, leaving main dilemma unresolved

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FIFA’s invisible transparency reforms

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FIFA’s kaptajn styrer mod forlis

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The Titanic challenge of Joseph S. Blatter

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Danish FA Chairman calls for Interpol to investigate sports organisations

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Sport: A battlefield for value fighters

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Danmark langt fra indflydelse i IOC

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Olympisk korruption: Er foråret på vej?

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Countering corruption: Will spring come to sport?

Jens Sejer Andersen

Globalising football, protecting FIFA’s top leaders

Jens Sejer Andersen

Fodboldens djævleuddrivelse

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The Magicians of Sport: How the Greatest Corruption Scandal in World Sport Vanished Before We Knew It Existed

Jens Sejer Andersen

Rogge rydder vejen for reformer – vil han betræde den?

Jens Sejer Andersen

Rogge clears the way for further reform

Jens Sejer Andersen

Wu: IOC should give moral support, but not interfere

Jens Sejer Andersen

IOC confirms establishment of betting control for future Olympics

Jens Sejer Andersen

IOC Vice-President sets out to curb governments and corrupt sports leaders

Jens Sejer Andersen

Samba Sim! New rhythms in the dance around the golden Olympic calf

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Play the Game 2009 Call for Papers to be launched Monday 8 December

Jens Sejer Andersen

Photographer Niels Nyholm in memoriam

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Two staff members leave Play the Game

Jens Sejer Andersen

Play the Game apologises to Jean-François Lamour, Vice-President of WADA

Jens Sejer Andersen

Towards a global coalition for good governance in sport

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Small numbers, high ambitions when new volleyball federation was founded

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FIABVB's credibility challenge from within

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Manipulating Acosta may gain on world volley breakaways

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FIVB congress spent hours on attacking former secretary general

Jens Sejer Andersen

FIFA softens towards EU whilst IOC sends mixed signals

Jens Sejer Andersen

Surprise agreement in Kenyan football, Munro still in the country

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Kenyan government deports football developer Bob Munro

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Deportation shows government’s disregard for democracy and its own people

Jens Sejer Andersen

IOC and FIFA in row with UEFA over EU intervention in sport

Jens Sejer Andersen

Historic merger in German sports

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Danish foundation gives important grant to Play the Game

Jens Sejer Andersen

Idrætsfusk for retten i Schweiz

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Rescuing sport from itself

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Play the Game urges FIFA to speak up louder

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Words of Welcome

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Fight Against Doping: Scientists Voice Doubts

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Victims of Passive Doping

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Hunting the Shadows - (or: Just Don't Do It)

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