Experimental E-lecture on
Sport, Violence & Crime Prevention
to be aired from the United Nations Information Service by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, in cooperation with the University of Vienna (Austria)
Vienna, 8 December 2010, 10-12 a.m., GMT+1
(two lecture units in English)
- How to prevent spectators' violence involved in soccer and ice hockey games?
- Are there any kinds of sport more and less relevant to event-spectators' violence?
- Does personal involvement in sport decrease or increase drug abuse and crime?
- How does doping, organized crime and corruption undermine fair play?
- What and how countermeasures work to make sport a contribution to preventing drug abuse and crime?
- What the United Nations do for preventing drug abuse and crime through sport?
A panel of eminent international experts will present a global overview of the above topics and discuss the related countermeasures to violence, crime and other uncivil behaviour.
You will be able to access the E-Lecture on "Sport, Violence & Crime Prevention" on 8 December 2010, 10-12am at
Join the lecture and the follow-up
Question and Answer session!
Please send your questions for the Q&A session (in English) to
- Internet broadband connection
- Computer screen (beamer in case of bigger and assembled audience)
- Appointed internet Liaison with the Provider of the lecture with the readily available e-mailing of real-time questions