Sport diplomacy resources

“Diplomacy is fundamentally working with people, bringing people together to deal with difficult issues.” John Roos

The European Union Work Plan for Sport (2017-2020) acknowledges the need to cooperate with third countries, in particular candidate countries and potential candidates to the EU, to promote European values through sport diplomacy and invites the European Commission to carry out different activities in the field of Sport Diplomacy. The EU’s sport diplomacy agenda has also raised specific questions regarding the ways in which the EU could support the use of sport as a tool to support external relations. The key objective of the present space is to collect inspiration and good practices, supported at national, European and international level in sport projects having an international dimension, namely involving non-EU Member States as well as documents and policies which contributed to building a stronger position of a country on the international scene.

In the present section you can find different articles, researches, policies, analysis and perspectives, related to #SportDiplomacy:

 


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