Sport and Development Policy in Africa: Results of a Collaborative Study of Selected Country Cases

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Marion Keim, Christo de Coning
AFRICAN SUN MeDIA, Mar 26, 2014 - Education - 205 pages
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Contents

List of contributors
7
Fikile Mbalula
13
Wilfried Lemke
15
Adv Lyndon Bouah
17
Rationale and Research Design for African Sport Policy
21
Methodology and Conceptual Approach to the African Sport Policy Research
33
Benin
41
Burkina Faso
53
Mozambique
91
Namibia
103
Nigeria
115
Rwanda
125
South Africa
129
Uganda
153
Findings on the Status and Standing of Policy
173
Findings on Sport and Development Priorities
187

Kenya
67
Malawi
83
Future Research and Lessons of Experience in African Sport Policy
195
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About the author (2014)

Prof. Marion Keim directs the Interdisciplinary Centre of Excellence for Sports Sciences and Development at University of the Western Cape. She is a founder and the Chairperson of the Western Cape Network for Community Peace and Development, Training Advisor for Women for Peace Western Cape and an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa, certified in Mediation and Sports Law. She is a member of the National Advisory Committee for Sport and Recreation and of the Eminent Person’s Group for Sport and Transformation, for the Minister of Sport and Recreation, South Africa.

Prof. Christo de Coning is both a Professor Extraordinaire at the Faculty of Community and Health Sciences (University of the Western Cape) and at the School of Public Leadership (University of Stellenbosch). He is a contract researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Sport Science and Development (ICESSD) at UWC. He is an elected Board Member of the South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association (SAMEA) from 2011 to 2014 and serves on the Standing Committee with SAMEA & DPME in the SA Presidency.

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