14th EFDN Conference Programme

14th EFDN Conference Programme

The 14th EFDN “#Morethanfootball” Conference in Breda has been postponed to the 9-11 November and will be hosted as a full online event.

Schedule

You can download the full programme here.

Networking opportunities:

  • EFDN General Assembly (9 November, 8pm; members only)
  • EFDN presentations
  • More than Football Award (9 November, 3.30pm)
  • One-on-one online meetings
  • Roundtables, national & international meetings (10 & 11 November)
  • Informal Network Meeting (10 November, 8pm) 

Speakers

Topics addressed in the programme:

  • Karin Heri (Malmö FF) – Show Racism the Red Card
  • Maria Vallès (Barça Foundation) – Sustainable Development Goals
  • Monica Namy (UEFA) – Hattrick programme
  • Justin Coleman (Alliance of Sport in Justice) – Theory of Change
  • Tomas Abreu (Brentford FC Community Trust) – Partnerships and fundraising
  • Greg Baker (Saints Foundation) – New CSR strategy
  • Nicole Wilde (Saints Foundation) – New CSR strategy
  • Matt Mead (Sphero) – STEM Education
  • Ian Boyd (Notts County FC Football in the Community) – The Portland Leisure Centre
  • Sam Crawford (Notts County FC Football in the Community) – The Portland Leisure Centre
  • Bas Schreurs (Twente Enschede) – Supporter van Elkaar
  • Tobias Tombrik (Upshot) – Monitoring & Evaluation
  • Sue Gregory (Everton in the Community) – Youth crime prevention
  • Jed Cohen (Johannes Kepler University) – GREENFOOT concept
  • Fabrizio Tavaroli (RINA Consulting) – GREENFOOT concept
  • Phillip Smith (Northampton Town FC Community Trust) – CSR strategy
  • Sharon Dale (Derby County) – Mental Health
  • Luke Wilkinson (Derby County) – Mental Health
  • Richard McBrearty (Football Memories Scotland) – Football Memories
  • Guy Rippon (Aston Villa Foundation) – Disability programmes
  • Jan Cas & Bert Ballegeer (Pro League) – Younited Belgium
  • Daniel Lörcher (Borussia Dortmund) – United by Borussia
  • Nico Briskorn (VfL Wolfsburg) – SustainClub
  • Francesca Vitali (University of Verona) – No Violence in Sports
  • Fabio Croci (NOVIS Project) – No Violence in Sports
  • Hubert Rovers (EFDN) – Healthy Football League
  • Robert Maaskant (EFDN) – More than Football Networks
  • Lewis Walker (EFDN) – EFDN Health Programmes
  • Martyn Rijkhoff (EFDN) – Community Champions League
  • Holly Jackman (EFDN) – Fundraising

You can find detailed information on the speakers here.

Roundtables

We will discuss a broad range of topics during the conference including for example:

  • 1. IMPACT COVID-19
  • 2. ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
  • 3. EQUAL ACCESS
  • 4. TACKLING RACISM & DISCRIMINATION
  • 5. FUNDRAISING / GRANT WRITING
  • 6. M&E/ THEORY OF CHANGE
  • 7. CSR COMMUNICATION  / SOCIAL MEDIA / STORYTELLING
  • 8. DEVELOPMENT CSR STRATEGY
  • 9. YOUTH VOICE / YOUTH PANELS
  • 10. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

The final programme and list of topics will be published soon.

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