EU Sport Forum: focus on good governance

If the first day demonstrated once more the importance of the EU Sport Forum, the sessions that took place today, 9th March, in the second day of the Malta meeting, were even better. The focus was put in general on two topics: good governance and the importance of grassroots sport.

The first one saw the sharing of best practices among European sport partners, with many speeches of those organisations who last September showed their pledge to support the implementation of good governance in sport throughout the EU. The European Multisport Club Association had the pleasure to participate actively in the session, describing how sport integrity and transparency are important for our clubs. Particularly successful was the mention of Bruno de Carvalho and Sporting Portugal speech during the Sport&Support seminar in Rome: democracy is indeed a key for good governance.

After an interesting debate on the role of grassroots sport, with the participation of Tibor Navracsics, the EU Commissioner concluded the day with an emotional moment, with the signature by each EU good governance partner of a special poster prepared as a commitment of their efforts in such issues. EMCA had the honour to participate to the ceremony, as another symbolic recognition of our work in the name of “Multisport For All”.

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