The MSE Platform produces a range of research, meeting reports, and other supporting materials in order to contribute to more comprehensive, consistent, and accountable approaches to managing social risks and adverse human rights impacts arising from mega-sporting events.

These resources are listed below, and can be filtered according to key stakeholder groups within the sports context. 

In particular, on 31 January 2017 the MSE Platform published the Sporting Chance White Papers, a series of 11 white papers that present the latest thinking, practice, and debate in relation to key human rights issues involved in the planning, construction, delivery, and legacy of MSEs. Each paper also considers the case for, and potential role of, an independent centre of expertise on MSEs and human rights.