The Chair of the Centre for Sport and Human Rights makes a statement highlighting the urgent need for collective action, on the eve of the Sporting Chance Forum.
IHRB and the Centre for Sport and Human Rights invited 55 experts and representatives from inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations, international legal institutions, players unions, academia, and international sports governing bodies to discuss existing gaps in remedy in the world of sport and human rights and to identify solutions on how to fill these gaps. This meeting report reviews the key contributions and reflections emerging from the event.
At the European Parliament Sub-Committee on Human Rights on 19th November 2018, IHRB's Alison Biscoe outlined the Centre's vision for the future of sport.
On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Juan Pablo Salazar of the International Paralympic Committee outlines the progress that has been on access to sport for persons with disabilities and the remaining challenges to be addressed, particularly for disabled women and children.
Podcast with Damion Thomas, Curator of Sports at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, on the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Olympic protest.