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Council of Europe
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Council of Europe (September 1, 2010)
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Sports policy and practice series Council of Europe Publishing. The opinions expressed in this work are the responsibility of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy of the Council of Europe.

Sports policy and practice series Council of Europe Publishing.

Chapter 2 - Sports activities and sexual discrimination Introduction Local sport policies and young residents of suburban neighbourhoods: a marked lack of interest among women and girls Gender in ice hockey.

Council of Europe Portal. Sport and discrimination in Europe. Human rights protection in Europe in the context of sports organisations’ disciplinary and arbitration procedures. Authors : William Gasparini and Clotilde Talleu. Autonomy of sport in Europe.

Policy makers are increasingly interested in the role of sport in combating racism and . measures to combat racism and ethnic discrimination in sports.

Policy makers are increasingly interested in the role of sport in combating racism and discrimination. This report provides some useful assistance in their efforts to explore the rich potential of sport for promoting equality. Morten Kjaerum Director. Further good practice at EU level can be found in several other initiatives, for example, the fan network Football Supporters Europe (FSE), the anti-racism network Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) and the International Federation of Professional Footballers’ Associations (FIFPro). Considerations for policy development.

Sport and economyThe Commission's policy seeks to enable sport economy for all Member States. Since 2016, the Commission has supported the Council of Europe in promoting safety and security at sports events (projects ProS4 and ProS4+). Sport and integrityPolicies here focus on ensuring fairness and eliminating corruption in sport. Future challenges in preventing violence.

This paper is concerned with labour practices which are discriminatory on grounds of nationality and which are put into effect by private employers.

It is significant in this context that the Commission has recently tentatively put forward a ‘European Sport Model’ and, in the light of the Commission’s Helsinki Report on Sport of December 1999, this chapter assesses the viability of maintaining key aspects of the European tradition. This paper is concerned with labour practices which are discriminatory on grounds of nationality and which are put into effect by private employers.

The European Union plays a minor and mostly indirect policy role in sport, because (a) sport is normally considered to be outside the competences conferred by the member states to the European Union and (b) sport is in general organised internally, . .

The European Union plays a minor and mostly indirect policy role in sport, because (a) sport is normally considered to be outside the competences conferred by the member states to the European Union and (b) sport is in general organised internally, on a European continental level (which is not the same as the level of the European Union), or globally. The European Union has a very limited direct role in sport. The European Commission is composed of and several departments.

Issue I-2014 ISSN 2039-0416 European Sports Law and Policy Bulletin REGULATING EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS Michele Colucci and Frank Hendrickx (ed. SPORTS LAW AND POLICY CENTRE. SPORTS LAW AND POLICY CENTRE SPORTS LAW AND POLICY CENTRE VIA GIOVANNI PASCOLI 54 84014 NOCERA INFERIORE SA CF/P. IVA 05283020658 ww. lpc

sports policy, one might ask (as I was by an eminent 'sport and the law' .

sports policy, one might ask (as I was by an eminent 'sport and the law' lawyer). The commercialisation of sport in Europe raises important questions concerning the most appropriate method of regulating sporting activity. The development of the European Union and the of sporting competition has added an international dimension to this debate. This book is essential for those interested in the major issues facing sport and its relationship with the EU. It is essential for those interested in sports law, the politics of sport and EU integration.

EU Sport Policy is gaining momentum and several new initiatives have been taken. In January 2011, the European Commission adopted the Commu-nication Developing the European Dimension in Sport and in May 2011, EU Sport Ministers adopted an EU Work Plan on Sport. How EU Sport Policy evolved in the past will be described in this chapter. The main objectives of the White Paper were to give strategic orientation on the role of sport in Europe, to encourage debate on specific problems, to enhance the visibility of sport in EU policy-making and to raise public awareness of the needs and specificities of the sport sector.

This work presents the main contributions and considerations of young European research workers and journalists on the question of discrimination in sport. Taking a multidisciplinary approach to the social sciences, the authors show how the media and those working in media can act as a relay, through their coverage of sports, for initiatives on the fight against discrimination. They also illustrate in detail not only the reality of discrimination in sport and the controversy surrounding this issue in the member states of the Council of Europe, but also the strength of research incipient in this field. The Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) hopes to contribute in this way to the development of European research on education through sport involving researchers from different countries in order to better understand the phenomenon of discrimination.