Parties and Bodies
The Macolin Committee has been set up to monitor the implementation of the Convention by its States Parties. Its main tasks include the assessment of State Parties’ compliance with the Convention, the recommendations of measures that ensure efficient co-operation among relevant stakeholders, and the preparation of opinions to the attention of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. The Committee also promotes the Convention and informs relevant public and private stakeholders about the activities undertaken within the framework of the Convention.
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The Macolin Committee has been set up to monitor the implementation of the Convention by its States Parties. After its first meeting on 24 and 25 November 2020, its main tasks will be the following: assess the compliance of States Parties legislation, policies and practices with the Convention; make recommendations to the Parties on measures to ensure efficient co-operation between the relevant public authorities, sports organisations and betting operators; prepare opinions to the attention of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe; and promote the Convention and inform relevant stakeholders and the public about the activities undertaken within the framework of the Convention.
The Group of Copenhagen, also called the Network of National Platforms, is the Advisory Group of the Macolin Convention’s Follow-up Committee to enhance the establishment, operation, and development of National Platforms. A National Platform is the key national hub described in Article 13 of the Macolin Convention dedicated to the co-ordination of the fight against competition manipulation at national level. The Group of Copenhagen pools the representatives of National Platforms, functioning as a global network of operationally engaged experts, working together, and supporting each other to detect, sanction and prevent sports competition manipulation, as defined in the Macolin Convention.