PARTNERS

ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL) is a high-quality public university institute. The Centre for International Studies of ISCTE-IUL aims at strengthening the interdisciplinary research, thought and intervention in a framework of complex social, political and economic phenomena that go beyond national and regional borders. One of the main goals of the new Centre is to enhance the scientific skills of ISCTE-IUL’s researchers and teachers in the areas of global security, development studies, international relations and social movements, creating innovative connections between different disciplines.

 

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) is one of the most important Catholic Universities in Europe. The research center directly involved in T-PREG project is ASAG (Psychology and Social Sciences Advanced School), which organizes a unique, very reputed European Master on Use of Sport for Social Intervention, with a strong and long tradition (IX Edition). It’s currently a partner of the EU funded projects “ANTIMATCH-FIXING FORMULA: UNDERSTAND, SHARE, METHODIZE, REPLICATE”, and AMATT Project "ANTI MATCH-FIXING TOP TRAINING", Erasmus+ Sport Programme.

 

 

KU Leuven Institute of Criminology (LINC) in Belgium belongs to to KU Leuven, Belgium's largest university, founded in 1425, and one of the oldest and most renowned universities in Europe. As a leading European research university and co-founder of the League of European Research Universities (LERU), KU Leuven offers a wide variety of international master’s programmes, all supported by high-quality, innovative, interdisciplinary research.

 

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) is a public university from Spain. UAM has a distinguished reputation in research: in 2009 it was awarded the recognition of “Campus of International Excellence UAM+CSIC”, a joint project with the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). The support and development of high quality research have been among its objectives, and it has been rewarded with international recognition. These achievements have been attained thanks to its highly-valued research teams and research institutes.

 

Transparency International Slovenia (TI-Slovenia) is a Slovenian non-governmental organization raising awareness on issues related to transparency, integrity, curbing corruption and organized crime. TI Slovenia’s primary objective is to promote integrity and ethical behaviour in public life and to prevent corruption at a national and international level. These objectives are to be achieved through advocacy, public information, education and research.

 

The Italian National Olympic Committee (Coni), founded in 1914 and member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is the National Governing Body for Sport responsible for sports development and management in Italy. According to the power conferred by its Statutes, Coni is an umbrella organization reuniting 45 national sport federations, 19 associated disciplines, 15 organizations for sports promotion and 19 further cultural associations active in the sports field. An overall number of 95,000 sport clubs fall under Coni jurisdiction, counting up to 11 million members.

 

The National Olympic Committee of Portugal is the maximum governing body of the Portuguese sporting system. It is a non-profit and nongovernmental organization that, besides organizing and leading in exclusivity the national delegation to the Olympic Games, has several other statutory powers in advocacy, promotion and development of the Olympic Movement and sport in general, in accordance with the Olympic Charter, namely:  Safeguard the observance of sports ethics in the framework of competitions and in the relations between sports people and the community; To encourage the dissemination of the cultural, educational and social values of Olympism; Encourage, enhance and support training and education of sports people and their leading role in the community. The NOC of Portugal is founding member of the Sports Integrity Global Alliance and part of the IOC’s expert groups in the framework of the International Forum on Sports Integrity and partner of the Project “Support the Implementation of Good Governance in Sport – SIGGS” co-financed by the EU, through ERASMUS+ Sport.

 

Instituto Português do Desporto e Juventude I.P. (Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth) is the expression of the Portuguese Government and has as mission the implementation of an integrated and decentralized policy for areas of sport and youth, in close collaboration with public and private entities, particularly with sports organizations, youth, student associations and local authorities. The National Plan for Ethics in Sport (NPES) launched in 2012, is promoted by the Sports and Youth Secretary of State. It aims to encourage all citizens, particularly children and young people, to experience ethical values. NPES has the following objectives: Promote the theme of Sports Ethics among the population, especially children and youth; Enable a wide range of institutions, clubs, associations and schools to benefit from resources, facilities and activities, designed to ponder over Sports Ethics; Promote a set of reflections and activities within the community, so that sports values can be experienced and understood; Put the issue of Ethics in Sport on the agenda of the media; Make use of the most relevant sporting moments to publicize the issue of Ethics in Sport.

 

International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) (former ESSA  - European Sport Security Association)  is a not for profit organisation involving a number of largely, but not exclusively, online sports betting operators. The role of IBIA is to provide an early warning system, aiming reduce the risk that its members can be used in the connection to corruption in sports. IBIA employs a two tier mechanism which assists its members to determine, quickly and efficiently if any fraudulent activity or manipulation is taking place on any given sports event covered by any one of its members. To this end IBIA has signed MoU’s with over 20 sport federations and regulators this includes, FIFA, the IOC, the Tennis Integrity Unit, the UK Gambling Commission, the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority and the Gibraltar Gambling Commission.

 

European Association for the Study of Gambling (EASG) aims to increase the level of dialogue between its members representing various aspects of gambling. The association provides a forum for the systematic study, discussion and dissemination of knowledge about all matters relating to the study of gambling in Europe and promotes the comparative study of: historical, economical, mathematical, social and psychological aspects of gambling; development, execution and evaluation of the regulation of gambling; ethical marketing and management of gambling opportunities; understanding of the development of pathological gambling and the provision of prevention and treatment programmes. The EASG avoids taking a communal view about any specific issue relating to gambling.

 

Ufficio Sport della Presidenza del Consiglio (USPC) - The Italian Office for Sport is the Italian governmental public body with the mission to develop the national policies on sports. It reports to the Italian Minister of Sport and it plays a technical role in designing and coordinating the government actions on sports. One of its key action lines in recent years has been the contrast to match-fixing, coordination the EU founded project “Anti Match-Fixing Formula”. It is also active in contrasting doping.

 

 

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