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Olympic Review

The oldest regular publication of the International Olympic Committee, the Olympic Review is the official magazine of the Olympic Movement. Published quarterly in English, French and Spanish, its content is a mix of official news and information as well as more in-depth features on topics of interest to the sporting movement.

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Olympic Charter

The Olympic Charter is the codification of the Fundamental Principles, Rules and Bye-laws adopted by the International Olympic Committee. It governs the organisation and running of the Olympic Movement and sets the conditions for the celebration of the Olympic Games.

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Code of Ethics

This publication compiles all the most important texts regarding Ethics, for the IOC and the Olympic Movement constituents.

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Annual Report

The IOC Annual Reports include a comprehensive account of all the activities of the IOC during the previous year and outline efforts put in place to increase transparency, improve governance and set higher ethical standards. They also include the Auditors Report and the financial statements.

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Olympic Movement Directory

A key reference document with contact details of all stakeholders of the Olympic Movement including the IOC, IOC Commissions, National Olympic Committees, International Sporting Federations, Partners, and Recognised Organisations.

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Olympic Marketing Report Rio 2016

The success of Rio 2016 owes much to the support of our Olympic Partners, who provide essential resources to help broadcast, promote, fund and stage each edition of the Olympic Games. This Marketing Report describes just how important their contributions were to the Olympic Games Rio 2016 and are to the Olympic Movement.

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Olympic World Library

Find all IOC publications on the Olympic World Library. It also gives you access to publications by the Organising Committees of the Olympic Games, as well as other academic works on the Olympic Games and the Olympic Movement.

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