Working Paper 2 / 2014: Corruption and sport: building integrity to prevent abuses

Filed under - Sport

Working paper published 17 September 2014

Image of publication cover Sport is a global phenomenon engaging billions of people and generating annual revenues of more than US$ 145 billion. But corruption and challenges to governance threaten to undermine all the good that sport can do and joy that it brings. For Transparency International, tackling the roots of corruption in sports requires coordinated stakeholder actions. This must happen and be driven from within the sports community.

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Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Governance   |   Private sector   |   Sport   
Tags - UNODC   |   UNESCO   |   FIFA   |   Football   |   Match-fixing   |   UEFA   |   Cycling   |   Sports governance   |   CONCACAF   |   MINEPS V   |   International Olympic Committee (IOC)   |   Council of Europe   |   Event hosting rights   |   Olympic Charter   |   Handball   |   Weightlifting   |   Volleyball   |   Sponsors   |   Spot-fixing   

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