Congress Registration

Early program of the congress and associated events

Monday, January 17th (Saint-Charles)

Journée de jeunes chercheur·e·s en SHS sur le corps et les activités physiques

10 a.m. : Welcome

10.30 a.m. : Opening of the day

11 a.m. – 12 p.m. : Meeting of young researchers

12 – 1.30 p.m. : Lunch (free meal)

1.30 – 3 p.m. : Roundtable n°1
Promoting a thesis in an academic context

3.30 – 5 p.m. : Roundtable n°2
Promoting a thesis in an academic context

5 – 5.30 p.m. : Break

5.30 – 6.30 p.m. : Launch of the « Body & Physical Activities » network for young researchers in human and social sciences


Welcome to the congress-goers (8 p.m.)

Projection-debate (8.30-10 p.m.)
« Paris 2024 social charter, 1919-2019 »

10 p.m. : Cocktail and dinner (free evening)

Tuesday, January 18 th (Corum)

8.30 – 9.45 a.m. : Congress opening

9.45 -10 a.m. : Break

10.15 – 12 p.m. : Roundtable n° 1
The place of expertise in Human and Social Sciences in the construction of laws for sports (F. Roux et K. Sontag) + SESSION A (5 rooms)

12-1.30 p.m. : Lunch (€27.50)

1.30 – 3 p.m. : Plenary conference (1)
– Annalisa Sannino
– David Rowe

3.10 – 4.55 p.m. : SESSION 1 (10 rooms)

4.55-5.15 p.m. : Break

5.15 – 7 p.m. : Roundtable n°2
Construction of the Paris 2024 social charter (S. Eloi) + SESSION B (5 rooms)


Projection-debate (9 – 10.30 p.m.)
« Paris Jeux t’aime ».
Followed by cocktails (free evening)

Or Evening Dinner (21 p.m.) (€27.50)

Wednesday, January 19 th (Corum)

8 – 9.45 a.m. : SESSION 2 (10 rooms)

9.45-10 a.m. : Break

10.15 a.m. – 12 p.m. : SESSION 3 (10 rooms)

12-1.30 p.m. : Lunch (€27.50)

1.30 – 3 p.m. : Plenary conference (2)
– Margaret Gold
– John R. Gold

3.10 – 4.55 p.m. : SESSION 4 (10 rooms)

4.55-5.15 p.m. : Break

5.15 – 7 p.m. : Roundtable n°3
Paris 2024 : the challenge of producing archives relating to the event (J. Fuchs) + SESSION C (5 rooms)


Narrated performance (9 – 10.45 p.m.)
« Incredible but true stories of women athletes in Antiquity ».
Followed by cocktails (€16.50)

Thursday, January 20th (Corum)

8 – 9.45 a.m. : SESSION 5 (10 rooms)

9.45-10 a.m. : Break

10.15 a.m. – 12 p.m. : SESSION 6 (10 rooms)

12-1.30 p.m. : Lunch (€27.50)

1.30 – 3 p.m. : Plenary conference (3)
– Suzanne Laberge
– Emmanuel Bayle

3.10 – 4.55 p.m. : SESSION 7 (10 rooms)

4.55-5.15 p.m. : Break

5.15 – 6 p.m. : Congress closing session


Conference-debate (7 – 8.30 p.m.)
« Taking into account the social and human environment in high-level performance »
Followed by cocktails (8.30 p.m.-9.30 p.m.) (free evening)

Or Evening Dinner (21 p.m.) (€38.50)

Friday, January 21 st (St-Charles) "Sport and Social and Human Sciences" States General

9.30 – 9.55 a.m. : Opening

9.55-10.10 a.m. : Break

10.10 – 12 p.m. : Summary per topic (5 rooms)
1 – education and inclusion
2 – health and well-being
3 – performance and leisure
4 – shared organization
5 – communication ethics

12-1.30 p.m. : Lunch (free meal)

1.30 – 3 p.m. : Prospects for the structuring of Human and Social Sciences of sports, roundtable n° 1 : DIJOP, ANS, CNOSF, CPSF, AFD.

3.15 – 4.45 p.m. : Prospects for the structuring of Human and Social Sciences of sports, roundtable n° 2 : DGRI, Alliance Athéna, InSHS, RnMSH.

4.45 – 5 p.m. : Closing of the General States

5 – 6 p.m. : Cocktails (free evening)

Positioning of the symposiums

Early program of cultural events

The organizing committee of the “Stakes of the Games » congress would like to thank Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole, which financed and organized this cultural program.

For each of these events, the congress-goers will be registered in priority, before registration opens to the wider public (via Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole). It will probably not be possible to register after this. 

Monday, January 17th

Projection-debate « Paris 2024 social charter 1919-2019 » (learn more >>)

Location: Auditorium Pasteur, Le Corum (congress site)

Cost: FREE

The projection of the documentary will be followed by a debate with the agents who took part in producing the charter for the union organizations, employer organizations, and Paris 2024. Following this debate, a cocktail and dinner will be provided by Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole to welcome the congress-goers.

This evening will be focused on the roundtable that will take place the next day, Tuesday, January 18th between 5.15 and 7 p.m., within the framework of the congress: « JOP 2024 social charter: between promises and constraints » (hosted by Jean-François DAVOUST, CGT counselor in charge of the JOP 2024 social charter, and Serge ÉLOI, Lecturer at the University of Paris-Est Créteil). The people invited to this roundtable are listed below (subject to confirmation):

  • Marie BARSACQ (« Impact and legacy » director within the organizing committee of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games)
  • Dominique CARLAC’H (Co-president of the social charter committee in the name of employer-Medef union organizations)
  • Tony ESTANGUET (President of Paris 2024)
  • Brigitte HENRIQUES (President of the CNOSF)
  • Marie-Amélie LE FUR (President of the CPSF)
  • Bernard THIBAUT (Co-president of the social charter committee in the name of employees’ union organizations – former CGT member of the administration of the OIT)

7 – 8 p.m. : Access to the « promenade salon » through the Corum’s forecourt (level 3) offering the opportunity of visiting the two exhibitions installed there (followed by a passage via the welcome desk of the congress on level 1, Joffre site).

8 – 8.30 p.m. : Welcome speech by elected representatives (Pasteur room, entrance on level 1, close to the Joffre site)

8.30 – 9.30 p.m. : Projection (Pasteur room)

9.30 – 10 p.m. : Debate with those attending (hosted by J.-F. Davoust and S. Éloi)

10 p.m. : Cocktail dinner (promenade salon, level 3)

Tuesday, January 18th

Projection-debate « Paris Jeux t’aime » (learn more >>)

Location : Auditorium Pasteur, Le Corum (congress site)

Cost : FREE

The projection of the documentary will be followed by a debate with certain members of the roundtable that will take place the next day, Wednesday, January 19th between 5.15 and 7 p.m., within the framework of the congress: « Conceiving the archives of the 2024 Games ».
The evening, as well as the roundtable, will be hosted by Martine Gustin-Fall (President of CHMJS) and Julien Fuchs (University of Brest), in the presence of the director of the « Paris Jeux t’aime » (2005) film about the Olympic Games of 1924, Julien Faraut. The roundtable will include other active members and witnesses:

  • Chloé Moser (Paris 2024)
  • Cécile Fabris (National archives)
  • Anne-Solweig Gremillet (INSEP)
  • Carine Erard (Lecturer, University of Dijon)

It will aim to shed light on the manner in which the collecting, inventory and depositing strategies of the archives for the 2024 Games are conceived. Whereas this dimension is quite explicit within the work of the Games’ organizers, the goal will be to understand how the COJO (organizing committee) goes about it in a concrete manner, and how the archiving institutions grasp it themselves.

The presence of the COJO representative in charge of this question, but also of archivists from the National Archives and from the INSEP, will allow us to highlight the modalities, the possibilities and the difficulties of this « archiving » of the 2024 Games. Testimonies from a researcher and a film director will provide perspective for these debates. Beyond its interest for historians, this event is also aimed at researchers from other fields who are interested in the stakes of constructing the memory of the Games, as well as at the wider public.

7.30 – 8.30 p.m. : Access to the « promenade salon » through the Corum’s forecourt (level 3) offering the opportunity of visiting the two exhibitions installed there (followed by a passage via the welcome desk of the congress on level 1, Joffre site).

8.30 – 9 p.m. : Presentation of the documentary (Pasteur room)

9 – 10 p.m. : Projection (Pasteur room)

10 – 10.30 p.m. : Debate with those attending (hosted by J. Fuchs)

Wednesday, January 19th

Narrated entertainment (Robin Recours):
« Incredible but true stories of women athletes in Antiquity »

Location : Auditorium Pasteur, Le Corum (congress site)

Cost : 15 €

The performance, lasting approximately 1h15, will be followed by a 30-minute debate with the artist, and then cocktails.

8.30 – 9 p.m. : Welcome (through the forecourt of the Corum, level 3)

9 – 10.15 p.m. : Show

10.15 – 10.45 p.m. : Debate with those who attended (hosted by R. Recours)

[Cocktails for those congress-goers who registered]

Thursday, January 20th

Conference-debate : « Taking into account the social and human environment in high-level performance »

Location : Auditorium Pasteur, Le Corum (congress site)

Cost : FREE

This conference and debate will unite, around a table, top-level athletes, coaches and technical advisors from the ANS and the INSEP in charge of high-level performance, as well as one or two researchers.

7 – 8.30 p.m. : Conference-debate (Pasteur room) with two or three top-level athletes.

8.30 – 9.30 p.m. : Cocktails in the presence of high-profile invited sports personalities.

 

Exhibitions

Two exhibitions will be set up at the Corum site during the three days of the congress : 

  • « Women’s fight to invest sporting practices » (CGT, 14 planches)
  • « History, Sport and Citizenship » (Casden, 31 planches) (learn more >>)

These two exhibitions will be set up within the salons on the promenade, on level 3 of the Corum, for the entire duration of the congress.