IPC Joins Advisory Council of Centre for Sport and Human Rights

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has strengthened its commitment to human rights by accepting an invitation to join the Advisory Council of the Centre for Sport and Human Rights.

The Centre works towards a vision of a world of sport that fully respects human rights by sharing...more

01 October 2018.

Centre for Sport and Human Rights Seeks First Chief Executive

The Centre for Sport and Human Rights, hosted by IHRB, has launched a recruitment process for a Chief Executive. Chaired by Mary Robinson, the Centre was launched in Geneva in June 2018 and works towards a world of sport that fully respects human rights by sharing knowledge, building capacity, and...more

13 September 2018.

Launch of the Centre for Sport and Human Rights

Today, a first of its kind centre to foster respect for human rights in the world of sport was launched in Geneva.

The new Centre for Sport and Human Rights has been under development over the past two and half years by a diverse coalition including FIFA, the International Olympic Committee,...more

26 June 2018.

HRC Session on Hosting Mega Sport events: Strengthening the Respect for Human Rights

At the 37th session of the Human Rights Council, John Morrison of IHRB chaired a side event entitled “Hosting Mega Sport events: Strengthening the Respect for Human Rights”. The session, co-hosted by the Qatari and Japanese Permanent Missions to the UN Office in Geneva, focussed on how Qatar,...more

27 February 2018.

Commonwealth Games Federation selects Birmingham as Host City Partner of the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Birmingham, England, has been named by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) as the host city for the XXII Commonwealth Games in 2022. 

Making the announcement at a school in Birmingham, Louise Martin, CGF’s president, said "with its rich history, cultural diversity, youthful dynamism and...more

21 December 2017.

World Players Association launches Universal Declaration of Player Rights

Today, the world’s leading player associations unveiled the Universal Declaration of Player Rights (the Declaration) to protect players from ongoing and systemic human rights violations in global sport. The Declaration, the first comprehensive articulation of athletes’ rights, sets a benchmark for...more

14 December 2017.

Diverse Coalition Commits to Establishing Centre for Sport & Human Rights in 2018

On the eve of international Human Rights Day (December 10th), a commitment was made today to launch a new independent Centre for Sport and Human Rights in 2018.

Announced at the Sporting Chance Forum in Geneva, the planned Centre will be the first of its kind, aimed at helping build a world of...more

30 November 2017.

TOCOG Joins Mega-Sporting Events Platform for Human Rights

The Tokyo Organising Committee of the 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games (TOCOG) has joined the Mega-Sporting Events Platform for Human Rights (MSE Platform). 

The MSE Platform is an emerging multi-stakeholder coalition of international and intergovernmental organisations, governments,...more

29 November 2017.

Consultation on Grievance Mechanism for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

The Tokyo Organising Committee for the 2020 Olympic & Paralympic Games (TOCOG) is soliciting public comments regarding the planned grievance mechanism for its Sustainable Sourcing Code

TOCOG has committed to  working to ensure the broad sustainability of the Tokyo 2020 Games, including in...more

15 November 2017.

FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board Publishes First Report

A Human Rights Advisory Board to FIFA - the international governing body of association football, futsal, and beach soccer - today published its first report. The board was created in early 2017 to provide independent advice on FIFA’s human rights responsibilities. 

In their first report, the...more

09 November 2017.

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