Louis Moustakas

E-Mail: l.moustakas@dshs-koeln.de
Fon: +49 2214982-2900
Room: 318, IG2
Office hours: by appointment

Professional and Academic Experience
  • since Oct. 2021: PhD Candidate at the Institute of European Sport Development and Leisure Studies at the German Sport University (GSU)
  • since Jan. 2019: Researcher at the Institute of European Sport Development and Leisure Studies at the German Sport University (GSU)
  • since Jan. 2019: Executive Director at European Network of Sport Education (ENSE)
  • Feb. 2017 – Jan. 2019 : Project Manager at streetfootballworld
  • Feb. 2017 – Jan. 2019: Project Manager at European Network of Sport Education (ENSE)
  • Feb. 2015- Feb. 2017: Research Assistant at the Institute of European Sport Development and Leisure Studies at the German Sport University (GSU)
  • Oct. 2015 – Dez. 2017: Student at the German Sport University (GSU), M.Sc. Sport Management.
  • Aug. 2013 – Aug. 2014: Games Services Manager at the Gaborone 2014 African Youth Games in Botswana.
  • Jan. 2013 – Dec. 2013: Capacity Support Officer at the Botswana National Olympic Committee (BNOC)
  • Oct. 2010 – Apr. 2012: Coach and Partner Services Representative at the Coaching Association of Canada
  • Sep. 2006 – Mai 2010: Student at Université Laval, B.B.A. International Management.

 

Research Focus and current projects
  • Sport and Social Cohesion

  • Sport for Development

  • Sport in Botswana

  • Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Role and Impact of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)

Current Projects
  • Erasmus+ Sport and Social Cohesion Lab (SSCL)

  • Erasmus+ Policy, Evidence and Knowledge in Coaching (PEAK)

  • European Network of Sport Education (ENSE, www.sporteducation.eu)

  • GIZ Quality management and Capacity Development in the field of “Sport for Development”

  • GIZ Competence development of Monitoring and Impact Measurement in the field of “Sport for Development”

 

Publications and Presentations

Publications

Moustakas, L. & Kalina, L. (2021). Sport and Social Entrepreneurship in Germany: Exploring Athlete Perspectives on an Emerging Field. World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Managemenet and Sustainable Development.

Reynard, S., Moustakas, L., & Petry, K. (Eds.) (2020). EDU:PACT Module Handbook: Teaching and Learning Guidelines on Intercultural Education through Physical Activity, Coaching and Training. University of Vienna.

Moustakas, L., Szumilewicz, A., Mayo, X., Thienemann, E., & Grant, A. (2020). Foresight for the Fitness Sector: Results from a European Delphi Study and Its Relevance in the Time of COVID-19. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(23), 8941.

Moustakas, L. (2020) Big games in small places: the African Youth Games and organisational capacity in Botswana sport federations. European Sport Management Quarterly, In Press.

Moustakas, L. & Işık, A.A. (2020). Sport and sustainable development in Botswana: towards policy coherence. Discover Sustainability, 1(1), 5.

Moustakas, L. & Tshube, T. (2020). Sport Policy in Botswana. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. 12(4), 731-745. 

Moustakas, L. (2020). Can Sport for Development Programs Improve Educational Outcomes? A Rapid Evidence Assessment. Physical Culture and Sport, 87, 56-69.

Moustakas, L. (2019). Botswana. In Hallmann, K. & Fairley, S. (Eds.), Sports Volunteers Around the Globe: Meaning and Understanding of Volunteering and its Societal Impact. Springer.

Moustakas, L. & Springborg, G. (2018). football3 Trainer Manual. Berlin: streetfootballworld.

Müller-Schoell, T. & Moustakas, L. (2017). Menschen- und Kinderrechte im Kontext des FIFA World Cups 2014: Mediale Berichterstattung in 22 Ländern. In Ihle, H., Meyen, M., Mittag, J. & Nieland, J. (Eds.), Globales Mega-Event und nationaler Konfliktherd: Die Fußball-WM 2014 in Medien und Politik (168-182). Springer.

Petry, K., Biermann, M., Moustakas, L. & Maleske, C. (2017). Final Report: Boxgirls Afterschool Clubs Evaluation, January 2015 to April 2017).Camp Group Gmbh. Internal Report.

Moustakas, L. (2016). Big Games in Small Places: The Perceived Impact of the African Youth Games on Organizational Capacity in Botswana. Master Thesis. Cologne: Deutsche Sporthochschule.

Moustakas, L., & Müller-Schoell, T. (2016). National Diversity and NHL Team Performance, 2007-11. International Sport Journal Choregia. 12 (1), 15-25.

Presentations

Moustakas, L. (2017). Are three halves better than two? Presentation of the football3 methodology. Play the Game 2017. Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Moustakas, L. (2017). Big Games in Small Places: The African Youth Games and Organizational Capacity in Botswana. Play the Game 2017. Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Moustakas, L., & Müller-Schoell, T. (2016). Mega Sporting Events and Children Rights: The Variety of Media Coverage in 2014 in 22 countries. ECSS 2016. Vienna, Austria.   

Moustakas, L., & Müller-Schoell, T. (2015). Mega Sporting Events and Children Rights: The Variety of Media Coverage in 2014 in 22 countries. Play the Game 2015. Aarhus, Denmark.