NHRI Resource Hub
This resource hub is an area for case studies, resources, guides and events that National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) have produced on sport and human rights.
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Working with national sport federations
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has lifted the suspension on Yorkshire County Cricket Club (YCCC) hosting international and major cricket matches at Headingley. Progress against their action plan will be closely monitored.
The Australian Human Rights Commission (Commission), in partnership with Golf Australia, is developing guidelines for the inclusion of people with disability in golf (Guidelines)
Risk assessments for major sporting event bids
The Australian Human Rights Commission partnered with FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) and the New Zealand Human Rights Commission (NZHRC) to conduct a human rights risk assessment for the FIFA Women's World Cup which will be held in Australia and New Zealand in 2023.
The Australian Human Rights Commission, the New Zealand Human Rights Commission along with FIFA have today published a Human Rights Risk Assessment for the next FIFA Women's World Cup, to be held in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand in 2023.
Collaboration around a major sporting event
The 2012 Olympics: access to training and employment opportunities. This report investigates the employment experience, skills and aspirations of ethnic minorities in the five host boroughs in relation to the 2012 Olympic Games, with a special focus on the Asian community.
Participation in investigations on human rights abuses in sport
The National Human Rights Commission of Korea (Chairperson Young-ae Choi) has been conducting an on-the-ground investigation into the human rights situation in sports
The severity of violence and sexual violence in sports should no longer be overlooked. It is a crucial time to establish a fundamental and comprehensive improvement measure, rather than a temporary plan.
A record number of participants from sport governing bodies, charities, policy makers and community groups attended the latest meeting of the Northern Ireland Sport and Human Rights Forum, which focused on gender identity and sport.
The following speech was given to the YMCA Annual Convention, Saturday May 22.
Together with the professional footballers’ union in Scotland (PFA Scotland), the Equality and Human Rights Commission is supporting footballer Rico Quitongo in his race discrimination claim against his former club and a club director.
Sport holds a unique place in Australian society. It celebrates our values of equality, fairness and participation and helps build social connection and cohesion. However, spectator racism at sporting events remains an ongoing issue and can be difficult to address.
All mobilized against violence, a regional campaign against violence at sporting events in casablanca-settat
The Regional Human Rights Commission of Casablanca-Settat launches a regional campaign for the prevention of violence at sporting events