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Over the last two decades, the sport for development (SFD) sector has grown signifi cantly, and there has been a concurrent increase in research and educational activities to support the fi eld. In particular, academic institutions are taking a more signifi -cant role, contributing to a growing body of literature and developing numerous SFD-specifi c courses. Despite these initiatives and the important role assigned to academia, academic activities related to SFD have remained fragmented along geographic or disciplinary lines, and our knowledge of academic activities and collaborations is limited and focused on actors in the Global North. This study seeks to address these gaps and, through an international survey of academic institutions, aims to (1) establish the teaching, research and partnership activities within and between academic institutions around the globe; and (2) identify challenges and inform solutions for greater cooperation within and between academic institutions in the SFD context. Overall, our results show that the SFD is a highly multidisciplinary fi eld involving institutions from a perhaps wider-than-expected range of countries. However, funding, support and recognition of SFD and associated academic actors, especially in the Global South, remains limited. To conclude, we propose potential ways forward to address some of these issues
|Journal||Physical Culture and Sport. Studies and Research|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 11.03.2023|
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Qualitätssicherung und Weiterentwicklung von Capacity Development im Bereich "Sport für Entwicklung"
Petry, K., Bauer, K., Calzolari Soto, V., Khatib, S., Moustakas, L., Reynard, S., Ruck, K. & Seibert, N.
01.11.20 → 30.09.22
Project: Funded by third parties