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Both, the Sport Unit of the European Commission and the current Presidency of the Council of the EU published documents on the future EU Work Plan on Sport this January. The EU Work Plan for Sport is a multi-annual framework, by which the Council establishes the priorities and objectives of sport policy at European level.

When developing policy and legislation the European Commission regularly seeks the views of citizens and stakeholders.

On 2 February 2017, the plenary session of the European Parliament adopted the report on “an integrated approach to Sport Policy: good governance, accessibility and integrity”.

Organised by the former Dutch EU Presidency nearly 20 Member States representatives met beginning of December in order to discuss the follow-up of the declaration on Major Sport Events (MSE) adopted end of May 2016. The sport was represented Folker Hellmund (IOC/EOC) and Julien Zylberstein (UEFA).

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Four new partners join the office (Rugby Europe, ENGSO, LEN and FIFA)

The European Handball Federation (EHF) becomes partner of the office

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) becomes partner of the office

The Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) becomes partner of the office

The Czech Olympic Committee becomes partner of the office

The European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) becomes partner of the office, bringing the total partnership to 23

 

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