Following a decision by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 15 June 2022, the Centre for Sport and Human Rights has become the 30th member of the Consultative Committee of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS).
As a member of the Consultative Committee, the Centre for Sport and Human Rights will be, together with 29 other organisations, in a privileged position to contribute to the work of EPAS, fostering dialogue between the members of sports organisations and public authorities.
The Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport is composed of three statutory bodies – the Governing Board, the Consultative Committee and the Statutory Committee – all of which strive to implement the programme of activities aimed at making sport more ethical, inclusive and safe. The Consultative Committee is composed of European sport organisations representing the grassroots sports movement and wider, including international federations, sports bodies, etc.
Read more on the Council of Europe website here.