Having successfully developed and coordinated the first version of the IntegriSport project (2019-2021) we, the CSCF Foundation for Sport Integrity, are more than happy to announce the continuation of the project with IntegriSport Next (2021-2022). This time IntegriSport Next (2021-2022) will act in six countries Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Malta and Sweden bringing together the efforts of:
- Country Partners Organisations: The Cyprus Police; Estonian Police; Finnish Center for Integrity in Sports; The Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia; Malta Police Force; Swedish Sports Confederation
- Partner organisations: The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) & KU Leuven
- Supporting organisations: FIFPRO as supporting partner
Being an Erasmus+ program, this second version of the project also has the full support of the European Commission, consolidating itself as an important platform for raising awareness about the damages of sports manipulation (#matchfixing). This is achieved through the consolidation of a comprehensive awareness raising program and operational support to law enforcement agencies (LEA) and judicial authorities (JA) in Europe to face this phenomenon under the same collective.
In this way, Integrisport Next (2021-2022) will truly generate an ideal space for the LEA and JA to debate in transnational meetings and training programs led by recognised experts the use of appropriate investigative techniques, legal instruments, sport policy, sport betting and virtual currencies in sport at national and international level to be effective in the criminal procedure regarding matchfixing and other sport integrity matters.
Kick-off of the project
18th February 2021
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