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Centre for Sport and Human Rights Appoints Head of Child Rights

2nd June 2019

Dorothy Rozga has been appointed Head of Child Rights at the Centre for Sport and Human Rights.As part of its mission to work towards a world of sport that fully respects human rights by sharing knowledge, building capacity, and strengthening the accountability of all actors, the Centre is...

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Mary Harvey Appointed Chief Executive of Centre for Sport and Human Rights

12th December 2018

The Centre for Sport and Human Rights has appointed Mary Harvey its first chief executive, as international consensus builds around the need for the sports sector to reform and account for its societal impacts.Harvey is an 8-year veteran of the US Women’s National Soccer team, winning the 1991...

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Centre Address to the European Parliament on the Future of Sport and Human Rights

20th November 2018

At the European Parliament Sub-Committee on Human Rights on 19th November 2018, IHRB's Alison Biscoe outlined the work and planned progress of the Centre for Sport and Human Rights. Part of its session: 'Exchange of views on sports and human rights in the context of large sporting...

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IPC Joins Advisory Council of Centre for Sport and Human Rights

1st October 2018

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has strengthened its commitment to human rights by accepting an invitation to join the Advisory Council of the Centre for Sport and Human Rights.The Centre works towards a vision of a world of sport that fully respects human rights by sharing knowledge, building...

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Centre for Sport and Human Rights Seeks First Chief Executive

13th September 2018

The Centre for Sport and Human Rights, hosted by IHRB, has launched a recruitment process for a Chief Executive. Chaired by Mary Robinson, the Centre was launched in Geneva in June 2018 and works towards a world of sport that fully respects human rights by sharing knowledge, building capacity,...

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