This webinar is intended to launch the governance data from more than 100 sports federations in 15 countries, including Indonesia. I spoke on behalf of Ganesport Institute to present the state of sport governance in Indonesia. You can read more about the webinar here. Also, you can see the news report about the overall sport governance report in this page or download the report. You will find our report on page 172 – 191.Continue reading “Presentation: “Are Sports Federations Fit for Society’s Demand?””
Berikut saya lampirkan beberapa tautan yang bisa berguna sebagai bahan bacaan tambahan mengenai hubungan aktifitas fisik dengan perkembangan anak:Continue reading “Presentasi: “Ayo, Gerak!” GIZ – Kemendikbud”
Berikut saya lampirkan beberapa tautan yang bisa berguna sebagai bahan bacaan tambahan tentang sepak bola Cina:Continue reading “Ngobrol Daring: “Sepak bola Cina: Dukungan Pemerintah atau Salah Asuhan?” (Host: @AnalisisCetek & @khputra)”
*This post was published in Indonesian language in PanditFootball.com on 8 February 2020.
By: Renata Melati Putri
Banners conveying satirical message “World Cup for now, Persebaya forever” were seen in various parts of Surabaya city. Posts with similar tone were also seen circulating on social media, echoing up the message.Continue reading “Persebaya (Almost) Falls Victim to U-20 World Cup”
On 24 January 2020, I had an opportunity to attend an event as a conductor. The invitation was exhilarating by the fact that I could tailor my presentation based on my interest. Woohoo!
Against the backdrop of Indonesia’s official application to run for the 2032 Summer Olympic bid, I took the liberty to bring issues regarding the Olympics to the session. For your information, the government of Indonesia (GoI) has started a “mild” campaign on how the event offers an economic boost for the host city. Interestingly, most economists around the Olympic studies have debunked the economic benefits. Nevertheless, like other pro-growth governments that host the Olympics, the GoI is happy to go about their marketing promises on the economic impact. Continue reading “Presentation: What They Don’t Talk About When They Talk About the Olympic Games”