On 1 July Germany took over the Presidency of the Council of the EU. For six months, meaning until the end of December, Germany will be responsible for preparing numerous meetings and coordinating decision-making within the Council.
As the sports movement is facing turbulent times due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19, the need for sport clubs to find new innovative ways to run their activities has never been more urgent. The CHAMP project, funded from the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, aims at giving the sports movement innovative tools and education for modernisation, and offers fresh insights on current trend
Adopted by the members of the Council of Europe’s Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS), the European Sport Charter (ESC) is providing guidance for the Council of Europe’s member states to improve existing legislations or other policies and to develop a comprehensive framework for sport.