In pursuance of its goals to serve multiple stakeholders in the Sports Industry, the GNLU Centre for Sports and Entertainment Law (GCSEL) in collaboration with Sports Authority of Gujarat is organizing a “Two day Training Workshop on Anti-Doping Regulations and Good Governance in Sports” on 30th and 31stof March, 2016 at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, to acquaint Participants with basic laws governing doping in India along with highlighting the importance of good governance in Sport.
The Course will witness a rich diaspora of resource persons from various fields, including Mr. VidushpatSinghania, an eminent Sports Lawyer and Partner Krida Legal, Mr. Sudhanshu Fadnis,former national level badminton player and Director of Sportseed and the list of speakers includes academicians Dr. Lovely Dasgupta, Assistant Professor of Law, West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Dr. Richa Sharma, Director, Centre for Sports and Entertainment Law, GNLU and Ms. Pratima Dube, Deputy Dean of Academic Affairs, GNLU.
- Observant of the grassroots level of the sports industry, i.e., the coaches and athletes, the centre through this workshop hopes to focus on enlightening the stakeholders to the perils and pitfalls of breaching the regulations of WADA, NADA and other sporting bodies.
- Considering the infamy that corruption has now brought to sport, the workshop will also attempt to educate the participants about the importance of good governance in sports.
- The targeted stakeholders include Sports persons, Coaches and Sports Associates among others from all over Gujarat.
- The Workshop will contain 12 sessions over the course of the two days and hopes to benefit the stakeholders by creating awareness of the fundamentals of good governance, a knowledge of basic legal drafting and an overall coverage of the NADA and WADA rules and gender related issues in Sports.
The GNLU Centre for Sports and Entertainment Law aims to provide legal infrastructure to the sports industry and to provide a forum of lawyers representing athletes, teams, leagues, conferences, civic recreational programs, educational institutions and other organizations involved in professional, collegiate, Olympic, physical education and amateur sports etc. The Centre has been actively conducting certificate courses, special lecture series, national seminars, training workshops and such other extension activities to promote sports law in the country. Last month Centre had successfully completed its Certificate Course on European Union and Sports with their international sports lawyer Mr. Ian Blackshaw
For further details please contact Dr. Richa Sharma ([email protected])
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The whole idea is to grow sports culture where sports are not only about playing but also about those heroes working off field to develop country through sports, bringing change to the society through it and making India a better place for sports lovers.