Goal

SIGGS 3.0 will create an updated version of the self-evaluation tool on the implementation of good governance in sport both in terms of contents as well as in terms of software and design to increase its features and boost user-experience. Existing contents will be updated to state-of-the-art knowledge of 2024 and whilst also adding new principles and topics related to good governance. SIGGS 3.0 will guide European NOCs, IFs, EFs and NFs in self-assessing their current good governance principles and benchmark their current governance standards against other sports organisations in Europe whilst providing up to date content and user-experience.

Rationale

SIGGS 3.0 aims to offer support to sports organisations to enhance their governance by providing practical guidance on how to implement the principles of good governance. The concept of good governance is constantly evolving and SIGGS 3.0 aspires to live up to the changing environment and expectations towards good governance in sport, by supplying up-to-date content and concrete support to a wider range of sports organisations.

Challenges addressed

SIGGS 3.0 is recognising the key responsibility of sports organisations to adhere to good governance principles in ensuring a well-functioning, effectively managed and ethical organisation to their athletes, member organisations and other stakeholders. Moreover, it recognises that there is increasing pressure on sports organisations from public authorities, sponsors and relevant stakeholders, who are increasingly linking good governance as a prerequisite condition for the recognition of the autonomy of sport and public subsidies.

Timeframe: 01.01.2024 - 31.03.2025

Project ID: 101133516

Budget: 60.000€

SIGGS Tool on Good Governance Platform

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Timeframe: 01.01.2024 - 31.03.2025

Project ID: 101133516

Budget: 60.000€

SIGGS Tool on Good Governance Platform

Go there ...

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. 

Consortium

  • Coordinator: EOC EU Office

    The EOC EU Office is the representation of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) and other major sport organisations at national, European and international level to the European institutions. These partners include both Olympic (e.g. IOC, EOC, National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and Olympic sport federations) and non-Olympic (e.g. national sport confederations and non-Olympic sport federations) sport organisations. In this regard, the EOC EU Office is the voice of the Olympic Sports Movement in Brussels, promoting the interests of 61 umbrella organisations, from Europe and beyond, and representing more than 70 million people.

    Project Manager: Elisabeth Strobach (strobach@euoffice.eurolympic.org)

    Director: Folker Hellmund (hellmund@euoffice.eurolympic.org)

  • Partner: Symantra

    Symantra is a Tech Agency, based in Brussels (Belgium), since 2009. Symantra is a European SME in ICT mixing a rare set of skills to build exceptional digital products and provide advisory: Strategy  x  Data  x  Design  x  Technology.

    Symantra is specialized in building digital solutions for European Business associations, non profits, public sector and B2B companies, across Europe.

    Symantra: Extranet | CRM | AI-powered Automation | Partner Portals | Complex integrations

Latest News

January 29, 2024
SIGGS 3.0 Project Kick-off: Paving the Way for Good Governance in Sport

The inaugural kick-off meeting on 25 –26 January 2024, marked a significant milestone in the SIGGS 3.0 project, setting the tone for an ambitious and impactful journey. Hosted at the EOC EU Office's premises, the meeting brought together the project partners (EOC EU Office and Symantra) to deliberate on key cooperation parameters and align on […]

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January 16, 2024
Launching SIGGS 3.0: Elevating Good Governance in European Sports

Commencing on 1 January 2024, the EOC EU Office is coordinating its latest EU-funded venture, SIGGS 3.0, designed to strengthen the implementation of good governance. This Small-scale Partnership co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ programme is set to be running from January 2024 to March 2025 together with our partner Symantra. The commitment […]

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