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High-Level Policy Dialogue | Corruption in Sports Governance

  Add to Calendar 2020-03-05 9:00 2020-03-06 19:00 Europe/Paris High-Level Policy Dialogue | Corruption in Sports Governance

As a continuation of the School of Transnational Governance's High-Level Policy Dialogues on the ‘Transnational Governance of Sports’ (February 2018) and the ‘Rule of Law in Sports’ (March 2019), this event will bring together academics, policy-makers and private actors to exchange views and discuss possible policy recommendations on how sports governance can contribute in effectively addressing issues of corruption. In this regard, among some of the key issues to be discussed are:

·        Election of officials and deciding on event venues

·        Participation in FIFA and UEFA Bodies: Addressing Professional Conflict

·        Transparency in the Work of FIFA and UEFA Committees

·        ECA and UEFA: Institutional Links and Scope of Competences

·        UEFA, FIFA and CAS: Winners and Losers in Litigation

·        Sports Adjudication: Deciding on Arbitrators in CAS

·        FIFA and UEFA Before EU Law: Actual and Potential Control of Their Activities

·        What if the European Union was in Charge of European Football?

Attendance at the event is by invitation only and all deliberations will take place under the Chatham House rule (no views or positions may be attributed publicly to any participant). Following the recommendations that come out of the discussion, the organisers will publish a policy brief as part of their public mission.

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As a continuation of the School of Transnational Governance's High-Level Policy Dialogues on the ‘Transnational Governance of Sports’ (February 2018) and the ‘Rule of Law in Sports’ (March 2019), this event will bring together academics, policy-makers and private actors to exchange views and discuss possible policy recommendations on how sports governance can contribute in effectively addressing issues of corruption. In this regard, among some of the key issues to be discussed are:

·        Election of officials and deciding on event venues

·        Participation in FIFA and UEFA Bodies: Addressing Professional Conflict

·        Transparency in the Work of FIFA and UEFA Committees

·        ECA and UEFA: Institutional Links and Scope of Competences

·        UEFA, FIFA and CAS: Winners and Losers in Litigation

·        Sports Adjudication: Deciding on Arbitrators in CAS

·        FIFA and UEFA Before EU Law: Actual and Potential Control of Their Activities

·        What if the European Union was in Charge of European Football?

Attendance at the event is by invitation only and all deliberations will take place under the Chatham House rule (no views or positions may be attributed publicly to any participant). Following the recommendations that come out of the discussion, the organisers will publish a policy brief as part of their public mission.


Affiliation:
School of Transnational Governance

Type:
Special Event

Contact:
Fiona Wong (EUI) - Send a mail
 
 
 

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