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Centre Launches New Engagement Structure

The Centre for Sport and Human Rights (CSHR) has launched a new Engaged Organisations model to facilitate participation in our work among a broad network of organisations looking to embed commitments to human rights in their activities in sport.

Formal participation in CSHR’s work has up to now been through membership of the Advisory Council which supported the launch of CSHR in 2018. 

As CSHR reaches its fifth year, more actors from throughout the world of sport can engage with CSHR’s team to develop knowledge and capacity, secure access to CSHR’s networks and expertise, and contribute to developing a world of responsible sport.

The new Engaged Organisations model will help institutions and organisations from within the sport ecosystem as they take steps to recognise their human rights responsibilities and commit to working with others to advance responsible practices within the sport sector.

If your organisation is interested in exploring the possibility of becoming an Engaged Organisation of CSHR, please contact [email protected].

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