Centre launches new website and branding
Welcome to the new Centre for Sport and Human Rights website.
The COVID-19 pandemic has required the world of sport - like everyone - to reassess ways of working and reaching out. For us at CSHR, that has meant engaging even more over the past year in digital communications and outputs - including through webinars, podcasts, capacity building tools and expanding our reach on social media.
Our new website brings all this inspiring content in the world of sport and human rights together with user-friendly access. It will also help keep you informed of our latest activities and how you can be involved.
In the coming days, we’ll also be telling you more about our organisational development as we become fully independent from the Institute for Human Rights in Business and appoint a new board of directors, with our permanent home in Geneva. To reflect those changes, you’ll also see that we are launching our new logo and branding that reflects sport, humanity, global credibility and representation of the Centre.
We hope you will find the website a useful tool, and please get in contact and let us know what you think.
Check out our twitter feed @sportandrights and our content on Linkedin including my weekly video update on what’s been happening in sport and human rights. We’ve launched a Group on Linkedin too - the Sport and Human Rights network.
Join with us in working towards a world of sport that fully respects human rights.