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Commonwealth Games Federation specifies Child Rights in policy statement

The Commonwealth Games Federation has placed child rights at the heart of its first human rights policy statement, published this week. The landmark statement was released during the Federation’s Executive Board meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka, and makes specific reference…

08/10/2017 / ,

2024 Evaluation Report lacks Child Rights focus

Child rights receive only a brief mention in an evaluation report by the International Olympic Committee on the Los Angeles and Paris bids to host the 2024 Olympic Games. The Games of the XXXII Olympiad will be the first to…

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How can sport governing bodies emerge from crisis of confidence?

It has been a sobering few years for the international governing bodies responsible for the delivery of mega sporting events. From the withdrawal of numerous cities bidding to stage the Olympics because of the costs involved, to ongoing controversies over…

03/04/2017 / , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

White papers released on human rights and mega sporting events

Terre des Hommes is supporting the release of the ‘Sporting Chance White Papers’, a series of concept notes which present the latest thinking, practice and debate in relation to human rights involved in the planning and delivery of Mega Sporting…

31/01/2017 / , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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REPORT: “Child Exploitation and the FIFA World Cup™”

This review was commissioned by the Child Abuse Programme (CAP) of Oak Foundation, a large international philanthropic organisation. It forms part of CAP’s effort to win societal rejection of practices such as the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents around…

01/07/2013 / , , , , , ,

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