PhD, MsD and Degree in Sociology, Salomé Marivoet is associate professor of Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies (ULHT), with functions of director of the Degree and Master in Sociology of FCSEA, and the Master in Sociology of Sport of FEFD, and integrated researcher and director of the CPES - Center for Research and Social Studies (FCSEA). She is author of studies on the sporting habits of the Portuguese population of 1988 and 1998. Since the late eighties who has done research on violence in sport, on major sporting events, sports ethics, racism, xenophobia, racial discrimination and social inclusion in and through sport, and more recently on sociology of religion (New Age spirituality) and sociology of arts (in particular painting). In your curriculum participated in five European projects in their areas of research, particularly as evaluator of the European project Sport Inclusion Network, and as researcher of the Project Racism and Ethnic Discrimination in Sport in the EU and Preventive Initiatives promoted by the European Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), a hundred communications as a guest speaker, and more then fifty national or international publications. In its institutional participation, stands out as counsellor of the National Sports Council and the Council for Security and Ethics in Sport between 2007 and 2013.