Following its creation, the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) has now organised seven Council of Europe Conferences of Ministers responsible for Sport. During these high-level conferences, Ministers around the table discuss issues such as the autonomy of sport, match-fixing, gender equality in sport, and corruption in the governance of sport, allowing them to propose concrete actions on these issues at pan-European level.

The most recent Conference of Ministers responsible for sport was hosted by Greece. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the event took place online and included a few shorter events spread out from 5 November 2020 to 11 February 2021.

EPAS also organises more informal ministerial network events, and these are held on an ad hoc basis, generally on the occasion of an international sports event taking place in Europe where Ministers of Sport are already in attendance.  Most recently, EPAS organised such events in Sochi (2014), Baku (2015) and Moscow (2018).

Conferences of Ministers
informal networking events