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CSHR launches new strategy: Convergence 2025

The Centre for Sport and Human Rights (CSHR) recently launched ‘Convergence 2025’, its strategic plan for the period 2021-2025. The strategy outlines the current challenges and trends in sport and human rights, and describes how the Centre will seek to address them through activities undertaken in cooperation with a diverse global network of individuals and institutions from various actor groups and sectors represented in the global sports ecosystem. 

The Centre’s strategic priorities for 2021-2025 will focus on actions that: 

  1. Nurture thought-leadership, innovation and knowledge on sport and human rights, 
  2. Strengthen operational systems and practices in sport to align with human rights responsibilities,
  3. Foster inclusive engagement, cultivate collective action and forge transformational alliances, 
  4. Address harmful practices and human rights violations in the world of sport; and 
  5. Build a self-sustaining global organisation. 

The new strategy will be presented and discussed at the Sporting Chance Forum, the Centre’s annual conference which kicks off today and will run until 7 October. It will be held fully online this year.

Click here to read CSHR’s full press release.

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