Building Innovative Governance for Sports
BIG4SPORTS aims at connecting funding sources (public and private) with sports organisations to jointly develop new and innovative collaboration schemes in Good Governance for sport.
Following the guiding concepts of democracy, transparency, accountability and stakeholder representation, BIG4SPORTS will reinforce the capacities of sport organisations to get acquainted and adopt the requisites and best practices in terms of GG and Financial Integrity aligned with the sport’s industry best practices, to grant an easier access to private funding for sport activities – following the same arguments growingly being adopted by public authorities.
The objective of the project is to strengthen GG capacities of sport organisations fruit of their collaboration with public and private sponsors, achieving long-lasting cooperation between them.
Last month, the number of EPSI members reached 100: this month we break the ceiling, enlarging and expanding our network with new organisations coming from Italy, Switzerland, Slovakia, Croatia and Spain.
Under the name of Towards green transition in the sports sector, the SmartSports4GoodLife project has launched a cycle of three webinars aimed to promote sustainability within the Sports sector, which will be celebrated between the 11th and 19th May at 10am.
The European Commission announces the deadline extension for Erasmus Mundus, KA2 Sport Actions and Cooperation Partnerships submitted by European NGOs.