Sport Policy and Governance

Securing Sport 2015 with Michael Pedersen

November 2015, New York City Along with Richard Pound and the former New York City Sports Commissioner, change agent, integrity coach and street volunteer Michael Pedersen spoke in the panel, titled “Bringing Accountability Back to Sport: The Role of Government and Governing Bodies” held several weeks ago. Here is an excerpt of what transpired during the …

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NATIONAL SPORTS ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION PRINCIPLES USING SAMAHANG BASKETBOL NG PILIPINAS AS ITS MODEL

By Bernardo Gabriel L. Atienza, SBP Deputy Executive Director As a backgrounder on the origin of the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP), the duly recognized governing body for basketball in the Philippines, its registration was approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on September 21, 2006 and was ratified on the 5th of February …

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The What and Why of the POC, PSC, and the NSAs

By Dina Bernardo Chances are, you like many other Filipinos have been wondering what the difference between the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) and the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) is—and why would we need to have two types of “sport authorities,” so to speak. When an Athlete or Coach enters the National Pool, hardly any of …

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