The First Summary since the Last Summary: Life on the CCSE Blog

The First Summary since the Last Summary: Life on the CCSE Blog

Another wee while has flown by since the last slightly random summary of CCSE blog activity; we have tentatively emerged from COVID restriction, endured unusual summer heat and enjoyed another season of outdoor sports. To accommodate a winter World Cup, football has made an early start. And, the CCSE blog has continued to tick over, providing a space for record and reflection of cultural, sporting and event related activity ongoing at the locally and nationally. (more…)

CCSE Annual Symposium Recap: Localism: Re-evaluating the Future of Culture, Events and Tourism

CCSE Annual Symposium Recap: Localism: Re-evaluating the Future of Culture, Events and Tourism

A few weeks ago, we hosted our annual CCSE symposium online, it was the second such event of a busy week but our excellent speaking line ups and engaging and thought provoking keynote and panels ensured a great afternoon. (more…)

Foregrounding a Rights-Based Agenda for Sport Events

Foregrounding a Rights-Based Agenda for Sport Events

Hosted by the Centre for Culture, Sport & Events at UWS, Foregrounding a Rights-Based Agenda for Sport Events: Insights from Research and Practice, took place virtually on 20th June 2022. Colleagues from a variety of leading institutions gathered to discuss a number of questions arising from the rights agenda in mega sport events from a variety of research, governance, organisational and policy perspectives. This symposium was organised as part of the EU-funded EventRights project which includes a number of academic institutions from Europe, and further afield. (more…)