Date & Time
Monday 15th October 2018
9:00am to 5:00pm Europe/London
Hosted by the Centre for Sport and Human Rights, this Strategic Dialogue on remedy in the sports and human rights context will bring together experts from the full range of existing remedial institutions and functions to discuss the state of play of remedy for human rights impacts in the world of sport.
The central question that guides the discussion is what effective remedy for human rights looks like in the sports context. The dialogue will focus in findings from research mapping various means of access to remedy in a sports-related context including the strengths and challenges and comparisons with other mechanisms within and beyond the world of sport. The aim of the dialogue is to identify good features and critical considerations for designing remedy mechanisms in the world of sport.
The event is by invitation only, and further information, speaker, and agenda details will be published soon.
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