Mid-term Steering Committee Meeting
29th January 2020
Integrisport Erasmus+ held its 2ndSteering Committee on the 29thof January in Budapest, hosted by Rapid Response and Special Police Force – National Bureau of Investigation, discussing a successful first half of the project and planning the second year.
Kick off meeting of Integriball
23th January 2020
The official launch of the new, EU-funded Integriball ERASMUS+ Project took place on the 23 rd of January 2020 in Brussels during the Project’s kick off meeting. The meeting was hosted at the Brussels’ office of UEFA’s. UEFA is a supporting partner of this new project, which aims to educate on the dangers of match-fixing in football.
EPOSM Project tackles non-betting-related match-fixing
The first aim of this project is to examine the prevalence of sporting-related match-fixing in seven different countries, in multiple sports disciplines. The second aim is to share and transfer the knowledge on sporting-related match-fixing, gathered throughout the project. The third aim of the project is to raise awareness and stimulate the moral judgment on sporting-related match-fixing. Read more
Athletes against the manipulation of sports competitions
The Finnish Center for Integrity in Sports FINCIS is involved in Integrisport Erasmus+, a two-year (2019–2020) project on the prevention of the manipulation of sports competitions funded by the EU. Athletes representing the countries participating in the project have released a video where they object to the manipulation of sports competitions.
GLMS – EL -WAL Sport Integrity Webinar
23th June 2020
What have law enforcement authorities seen and how they are planning to react at national, regional and international level to increasing threats to sport integrity. What is their level of involvement in National Platforms and with the lotteries? How can GLMS facilitate awarenessraising through concrete activities?