GAMES project aims to improve gender equality in the key leadership and decision-making positions of NOCs by promoting structural changes in the governance, enhancing the understanding on the existing cultural barriers and encouraging the NOCs to work with their member federations to create a sustainable change.
The GAMES project will run for two years - from April 2022 to March 2024 - under the guidance of the EOC EU Office. GAMES gathers a prestigious consortium involving European NOCs (Turkey, Greece, Belgium, Latvia, Ireland, Czech Republic, Germany and North Macedonia), the IOC, and renowned experts and researchers Professor Kari Fasting (Equal Rights in Sports) and Rowland Jack (I Trust Sport).
The GAMES project is a Cooperation Partnership co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme.
For more information, visit the GAMES website (under-construction still).
The RINGS Project, which will run for two and half years (from January 2020 to December 2022), held its kick-off meeting on the 11th and 12th of February 2020. The main purpose of the project is to develop and modernise strategic management of National Olympic Committees (NOC) in Europe. In addition, the tools and outputs developed during the project will equip and support the NOCs in their daily operational management and thus improve their governance. In order to achieve this objective, several activities such as transnational meetings and national training workshops will take place in the different countries included in the consortium. Co-funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Sport Programme, the RINGS project gathers an important consortium with 13 organisations including 11 NOCs (Denmark, Belgium, The Netherlands, Turkey, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Cyprus and Greece) and the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, as well as the EOC EU Office as project leader.
For more information, visit the RINGS website.