The 2019 Sporting Chance Forum
Useful information regarding transport, accommodation and an overview of the schedule.
The 2019 Sporting Chance Forum agenda, complete with speakers' names.
All about the speakers who contributed to the 2019 Sporting Change Forum.
Suggested resources for preparing for the Forum.
Child Voice at the SCF
The Centre for Sport and Human Rights is committed to bringing the voice of children and youth into the Sporting Chance Forum. There will be youth representation at the Forum and the Centre has developed an online survey to further capture the perspectives of youth from around the world on the topics included in the agenda.
About the Forum
The Sporting Chance Forum will be held on 21st and 22nd November in Geneva. As the Centre’s annual flagship event, the Sporting Chance Forum serves as a powerful opportunity to discuss the key human rights issues, and their solutions, that exist across the world of sport.
Sporting Chance Principles
Sport relies on a rules-based system, fair play, respect and the courage, cohesion, support and goodwill of society in all its facets, including athletes, fans, workers, volunteers and local communities, as well as governments, businesses large and small, the media and sports bodies.
Hashtags, Twitter handles and resources for social media.
Similar and related events you may be interested in.
Greening the SCF
CSHR is committed to ensuring that best efforts are made by all involved in the Sporting Chance Forum to reduce the global environmental impact of the Forum.
Contact information for the forum.
Registration for the Sporting Chance Forum has now closed.