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Conference on Integrity in Sport in Rome

Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) Strasbourg 3 December 2021
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Conference on Integrity in Sport in Rome

Integrity is intrinsically related to the question of ethics in sport. The Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) and the Italian Department for Sport, within the framework of the Italian Presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, are co-hosting a Conference on Integrity in Sport (6-7 December in hybrid format: Rome, Villa Ruffo and online, programme and registration) in order to take stock of policy work carried out in three main areas:

  1. Preparation of integrity guidelines;
  2. Combating the manipulation of sports competition (Macolin Convention);
  3. Ensuring good governance in sport.

The event will be opened by Under Secretary of State for Sport Valentina Vezzali and Council of Europe Deputy Secretary General Bjørn Berge.

Representatives from sports’ ministries, governments and international organizations, academics, as well as prosecutors, experts on anti-corruption and on the manipulation of sport competitions are taking part in the three sessions.

The Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) was created in 2007 to meet the challenges facing sport today in Europe. It serves as a platform for the public authorities of 40 member States, fostering dialogue between ministers, sports federations and NGOs and ensuring compliance with ethical and positive values. 29 sports organisations (including ENGSO, UEFA and the EOC) are partners of EPAS making up its Consultative Committee.


 Press release
Conference on Integrity in Sport in Rome

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