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3rd International Conference on the fight against the manipulation of sports competitions

Promotion and implementation of the Macolin Convention
Strasbourg, France 24- 25 September 2018
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3rd International Conference on the fight against the manipulation of sports competitions

 The Council of Europe (Sport Conventions Division, DGII) will organise the next conference in Strasbourg on 24 and 25 September 2018. The conference is part of the Macolin Roadmap which was initiated following the previous event in September 2016. It will be devoted to National Platforms.

The Secretariat will address invitations to members of the existing National Platforms, as well as to the institutions involved in the process of establishing their National Platforms. Invitations will also be extended to those representatives of other European and non-European States interested in the process and willing to join the Macolin Community.

The international actors and Council of Europe partners fighting against the manipulation of sports competitions and promoting the Macolin Convention will also be invited. More information will be available on-line shortly.


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