Introduction Presentations Sponsors and Recognition

Carol Bellamy(Bio) Keynote

President World Learning and School for International Training
Former Executive Director of the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF)

"The Serious Business of Play"
The Image of the Body

Suzan Baller,
Humboldt-University Berlin (Germany)

Sports and the Performance of Masculinities in Urban Senegal
Irene Peano 
University of Cambridge (England)

Wrestling Masculities - Metaphors of Purity and Metonymical Bodies in Senegalese Arenas
Peter Alegi
Michigan State University

Race, Beauty, and Competition: Historicizing Beauty Pageants in South Africa, 1952-2005
Women as Athletic Participants

Jennifer Hustwitt and Kira Manser 
Brown University

Women’s Rugby Tackling Connections: The Power of International Interaction
Ennie Laurah Mercy Ndoro
Women’s University in Africa (WUA) (Zimbabwe)

The Role of Sport in Girl Child Empowerment in Schools: A Case For Visitation High School In Zimbabwe
Sarah Hillyer and Ashleigh Huffman 
Global Sports Partners and University of Tennessee

What’s Being Done for Muslim Women in Sport?
Sports and Development
Marianne Meier 
Swiss Academy for Development SAD (Switzerland)

Promoting Gender Equity Through Sport

Rob Myres 
Mondesa Youth Opportunities NGO

sa Youth Opportunities: Changing our Community, One Child at the Time
Pelle Kvalsund
Norwegian Olympic Committee and Confederation of Sport

International Toolkit for Sport and Development
Priscilla Karuru 
Ohio University

Scoring for Social Change: Mathare Youth Sports Association Girls Team in Kenya
Organizations and Gender in African Sport

Bathseba Opini
University of Toronto

Disabled women/girls and sports in Africa: Can educational institutions make a difference?

  Kimberly Bodey
Indiana State University

Organizational justice: A Case Study of Female Sport Managers in Morocco
Scott Youngstedt
Saginaw Valley State University

Francophonie Games 2005
Borders and International Implications

Assan Sarr 
Michigan State University

What happens when neighbors meet in the field to compete?: Sports and trans-border conflicts in post colonial Sene-Gambia.
Selam G-Alemayo
Ohio University

The Ethiopian Sports Federation in North America (ESFNA)
Lewis Chongwani 
Ohio University

Trading” in African athletes: Sporting success or modern slave trade in the hands of powerful forces
Douglas Mpondi 
Ohio University

Women, race and sports in Zimbabwe

Videos - Abstracts - Bios
Douglas Mpondi
Interviews and Videos by: Juliette Storr and Youssouf Diallo
Osasu Obayiuwana: Unravelling the CAF and Lagardere money myths - Inside World Football
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