Sporting Chance Forum
by the Centre for Sport and Human Rights
4-7 October 2021
The Sporting Chance Forum is back.
Running virtually from the 4th-7th October 2021 the forum will bring together a diverse group of stakeholders across the world of sport and human rights to share knowledge, learnings, progress and more. Register now to save your free place and join us for an unmissable week of conversations.
Chair, Centre for Sport and Human Rights
Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley
General Director of the International Labour Organisation
General Secretary at ITUC
Major figures in the Sport and Human Rights field sharing strategic insights on the sport eco-system, key current considerations, emerging trends and more
Explaining key human rights Issues and exploring what emerging good practice looks like in sports and Mega-Sporting Events for those who are new to, or just getting to grips with, these themes
Exploring emerging trends and issues on the horizon in the intersection of sport and human rights and laying the foundations for a sports ecosystem response
The hottest sport and human rights topics requiring in-depth and high-level engagement and discussion to reach people-orientated solutions
Focusing on the challenges sport faces to integrate human rights where solutions are best achieved through collective action and a multi-stakeholder approach
Please note all sessions will be in English with session recordings in multi-language subtitles released soon after the event. There will be a post-forum report published in English, French and Spanish.
Sport Ecosystem – Embedding Human Rights in a Time of Crisis & Conflict
MSE Host Cities and Countries Perspectives – From a Human Rights-Based Approach to a Game Changer Host
Sport, Climate & Human Rights
Sex and Gender in Sport’s Policy: A Human Rights Perspective