- Societal role
- Economic dimension
- International cooperation and external relations
- Sport and migrants
St. Julian's, Malta
DG Education, Youth, Sport and Culture of the European Commission organised the EU Sport Forum in St Julian’s, Malta, on 8 and 9 March 2017.
The Forum is the main platform for structured dialogue between the European institutions and sport stakeholders. Its main objective is to take stock of progress achieved in implementing the EU agenda for sport and to seek stakeholders' views on current, planned or possible future activities.
The various sessions covered many topics of interest for European sport. Presentations have been published where available.
A summary of the discussions is available in the final report.
The current format of the EU Sport Forum was set out in the 2007 Commission White Paper on Sport, which provided a comprehensive vision for sport at EU level.
Opening of the EU Sport Forum
Update on EU activities
Follow-up of High Level Groups on Sport Diplomacy and Grassroots Sport
Gender-based violence in Sport
Opportunities brought by innovation and digital technologies in sport
Intermediaries and agents
Towards inclusive communities – the role of volunteering in sport
How to restore trust in the anti-doping system?
Greening the sport (environmental impact of sport)
e-Sports: why are we talking about it?
Debriefing of Day 1
Evolving Good Governance practices in European sport and the European Commission Pledge for sport organisations
High-level panel debate on "ways to improve the promotion of grassroots sport in the EU"
Growth and jobs
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Questions about the Forum or EU policies in the field of sport? Please contact us via EAC-SPORT@ec.europa.eu