- 02 May 2019
Over the past few months, the IOC's Ethics and Compliance team has been on the road a lot working with a number of key stakeholders on enhancing integrity in sport, and there is more to come soon. In this section you can learn more about the upcoming activities below and check out what happened at recent events.
IOC-INTERPOL Workshops, Tokyo (Japan)
IOC-INTERPOL Partnership Development Meeting (PDM), Lisbon (Portugal)
IOC-INTERPOL Investigators Training, Lisbon (Portugal)
IPACS Steering Committee Meeting, Paris (France)
IOC-INTERPOL Law Enforcement Investigators Training, Tallinn (Estonia)
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Pan-American Games, Lima (Peru)
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SportAccord Convention, Gold Coast (Australia)
UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)-IOC Expert Group Meeting: Reporting Mechanisms in Sport, Vienna (Austria)
Based on these exchanges, the IOC, together with UNODC, will develop a handbook with the ultimate aim of assisting sports organisations, governments and relevant stakeholders in the development and implementation of effective reporting mechanisms for use in sport. The publication will be released later in 2019.
The OM Unit also participated in a seminar on Training on Protected Reporting for Professional and Grassroots Sports (T-PREG) in Lisbon, Portugal, on 28 March.
EOC Points Project Seminar on Competition Manipulation, Lyon (France)
GLMS Workshop, Lausanne (Switzerland)
INTERPOL-IOC National Workshop, Doha (Qatar)