AUTONOMY AND INDEPENDENCE OF THE OLYMPIC AND SPORT MOVEMENT IN MACEDONIA

Sasho Popovski, Dushko Ivnov, Lenche Aleksovska Velichkovska

National Olympic and Sport Organisations around the world, should be autonomous and self-governed within reinforced good governance frameworks and partnerships with public authorities which main task is to to promote the good side of sport (health, education, integration) and fight the negative side of sport (like match fixing, doping, violence, corruption…). The International Olympic Committee (IOC), in coordination with the Continental Olympic Organizations (EOC, OCA, ONOC, PASO and ANOCA) and the International and Continental Sport Federations (e.g. FIFA, FIBA, UWW, FINA, IAAF, UEFA, LEN, Sport Accord, ASOIF, AWOIF, etc) are giving a high priority on the question of the Autonomy and Independence of the Olympic and Sport Movement, national, continental and global level.

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