News from the Sport for Good Governance project

News from the Sport for Good Governance project

The S4GG project has been awarded to the EU Office of the European Olympic Committees through the 2011 call for proposals of the Preparatory Action in the field of sport and will run until the end of June 2013.
The project aims at “promoting and providing a platform for good governance in sport” and the key specific objectives of the work plan include to:

  • Analyse and elaborate on the Basic Universal Principles of Good Governance of the Olympic and Sports Movement
  • Research and analyse the implementation of the above mentioned document by sport organisations in the EU-27 (identify good practices)
  • Organise peer review meetings to get in depth knowledge on governance and good practices
  • Design educational tools to promote good governance and provide support for implementing good governance principles.

The project, which gathers sport organisations, universities and sport authorities from several Member States, held its first partner meeting in Vienna (AT) on 15-16 of February 2012. EOSE, as partner of the project, was invited and attended the event which gave the opportunity to meet with other partners of the consortium, but also to exchange and discuss on the expected outcomes and working methodologies to be carried out.
EOSE was represented by Stephen Studd (President) and Aurelien Favre (Executive Director), and looks forward to being involved in a successful project which has the potential to produce an important set of outcomes for the sector.

For further information please visit the S4GG Website

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