The UNODC Programme on Safeguarding Sport from Corruption and Crime was established by UNODC in 2017 and is an integral part of the UNODC Global Programme
against Corruption. It provides a framework through which to support Governments, sport organizations and relevant stakeholders to tackle corruption and crime in sport. Specifically, the Programme’s aim is to support the effective implementation of:
Adopted by the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), respectively at its seventh and eight sessions, by over 180 States Parties, these resolutions represent a major and significant commitment by the international community to preventing and tackling corruption in sport, while contributing to an emerging global framework aimed at enhancing the contribution of sport to development and peace.
Furthermore, they provide the mandate for the development of UNODC’s Programme on Safeguarding Sport from Corruption and Crime.
Additional information about UNODC’s work can be found under the tabs below. For more information about the Programme and to find our contact information, please see under About and Contact.
The text of the resolution "Safeguarding Sport from Corruption", adopted in 2019, and "Corruption in sport", adopted in 2017, be found under this section.
Here you will find information on latest activities and initiatives related to corruption in sport which UNODC is involved in.
Here you can access tools and guides related to fighting corruption in sport.
Here you can read more about UNODC’s partnerships.
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Here you can read more about UNODC’s Programme on Safeguarding Sport from Corruption and Crime