Pep Guardiola will speak at the Dubai International Sports Conference (Getty Images)
Dubai International Sports Conference
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola is one of the speakers for the Dubai International Sports Conference.
Guardiola will speak on a panel with three other top managers to be named, coordinated by former England coach Fabio Capello.
“This session will a unique one in the history of football anywhere in the world wherein a top coach will supervise a discussion involving four other top coaches from across the world,” noted Mohammed Al Kamali, Head of the Organising Committee.
The theme for the conference will be “empowering the future of football,” and will take place on December 28-29.
For more information on the conference, click here.
Event Wales International Conference
Cardiff City FC’s Manager, Malky Mackay, striker Craig Bellamy and Chairman, Mehmet Dalman will speak on a panel at the 2013 Event Wales International Conference.
The panel will be entitled “Wales: A Premier Destination” and will discuss what Cardiff City’s promotion to the Premier League has done for the city.
Mike Lee of VERO Communications will chair the panel. Lee will also give a presentation on successful bids for international sporting events at the conference.
The conference will take place on December 5 at Cardiff City Football Stadium.
For conference information and registration, click here.
Doha GOALS Forum
Registration for the 2013 Doha GOALS is now available online.
The conference will take place on December 9-11 in Doha, Qatar.
Speakers for the conference have been announced and can be found here. This year Doha GOALS is bringing together Sports Ministers from around the world to discuss policy and how to further a global sports agenda.
Dates and location for the Pacific Youth and Sports Conference have been announced.
The conference will take place on December 2-7 in Noumea, New Caledonia.
Hosted by the Oceania Football Confederation, the conference will feature a presentation by Special Olympics Samoa aimed at giving youth athletes in Samoa a voice.
“PYASC is creating a positive impact in that the youth of today is recognised and can have their say,” said Tusitina Nu’uvali, National Director for the Special Olympics Samoa.
“From a Special Olympics Samoa perspective if someone with a disability can know their rights as a human being and be able to contribute to planning and be heard at PYASC, then I’m delighted that we’re part of this conference.”
UNICEF Pacific has also been named a supporter of the conference. The UN organization will present is work at the conference, as well as connect to young peopel in the region.
“Conferences like PYASC are a very important platform to facilitate youth engagement and it make the issues they face visible and tangible. They can exchange ideas because ordinarily they cannot address these issues isolated nation by nation,” said UNICEF Pacific spokesman Tomas Jensen to oceaniafootball.com.
For conference program and registration information click here.