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Welcome to the first Newsletter of project WHISTLE! The project WHISTLE informs the public and the stakeholders about the need of preventing and fighting, harmful irregularities in sport through whistleblowing and highlights the role of education!! Sport WHISTLE Newsletter September 2017    ...

13-14/9/2017. ICCE Secretary General Ladislav Petrovic gave an overview of the Whistle project and its objectives at the ENSE Board Meeting on 13-14 September in Aarhus, Denmark. He also presented work of the Whistle project during the ENSE Forum at which a group of 240 participants...

31/7-2/8/2017. WHISTLE project team member Mr. Loukovitis adressed the need of preventing and fighting, harmful irregularities in sport through whistleblowing and highlighted the role of education by presenting the WHISTLE Project at the ICCE European Projects in Cooperation with the European Commission Session at the 11th ICCE Global Coach Conference in...

6/7/2017. A focus ‘co-creation’ group took place in at Leeds Beckett University, with the involvement of Dr Lambros Lazuras of Sheffield Hallam University on 6 July 2017 with participants who were interviewed to ascertain their views on their understanding of what whistleblowing is, why they...

15/02/2017 The kick-off partner meeting of the WHISTLE project was held in Bucharest, Romania. The project coordinator Prof. Tsorbatzoudis described the definitions of corruption in sport and the basic objectives of the project and provided an overview of the project work packages and their allocation to...