Good practice examples for managing conflicts of interest in sport organisations / IPACS

International Partnership Against Corruption in Sport

Edité par International Partnership Against Corruption in Sport - 2022

In sport organisations, conflicts of interests may arise frequently. The existence of a conflict of interest is not an offence in itself. However, it is important that these organisations have rules and mechanisms in place to manage these situations and to avoid any inappropriate influence in the decision-making processes of the sport organisation, or the appearance thereof. Such standards shall apply to international sport organisations, as well as to national sport organisations, in particular when the latter benefit from public resources. In 2017, the International Partnership Against Corruption in Sport set up a Task Force to address integrity issues related to the selection processes of major sporting events. As initial focus of the Task Force, it was decided to facilitate a common understanding amongst sport organizers, governments, and international organizations alike on the risks of conflict of interest situations throughout the selection process and how to manage them. The first report of this Task Force released in 2018 considered conflicts of interest situations which may arise in international sport organisations and proposed a number of recommendations to manage them based on a stocktake of existing practices in international sport organisations and international standards.

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