Dr Daniel Rhind is a senior Lecturer in Social Psychology at the Brunel University London. He has led a research called Sport, Children’s Rights and Violence Prevention: A Sourcebook on Global Issues and local Programmes.
In this video he outlined the fact that the negative effects on children due to Mega Sporting Events could be also indirect. To illustrate this negative impacts on children, he brings two examples which demonstrate that effects around children can effect children indirectly, especially if children are left behind alone.
He also answered to the questions:
What motivates key decision makers for changes?
How to boost the prevention of negative effects for children before, during and after Mega Sporting Events?