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Japan: Introduce LGBT Equality Act Before Olympics

116 Groups Urge Prime Minister Suga to Take Action

Commonwealth countries adopt statement on promoting human rights through sport

Commonwealth member countries have unanimously adopted a statement to promote human rights and tackle discrimination at all levels of sport – from community games to elite sporting events. Guide to protect and promote human rights The consensus statement sets out 13 commitments and serves as a guide to protect and promote the human rights of […]

Qatar: Little Progress on Protecting Migrant Workers

Qatari authorities’ efforts to protect migrant workers’ right to accurate and timely wages have largely proven unsuccessful, Human Rights Watch said in a report and an accompanying video released today. Despite a handful of reforms in recent years, withheld and unpaid salaries, as well as other wage abuses, are persistent and widespread across at least 60 employers and companies in Qatar.

China 2022: IOC Should Uphold Human Rights

Planning for the 2022 Olympics needs to address key human rights issues, the Sport & Rights Alliance said today. While Beijing’s May 2020 “Sustainability Plan” refers to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the document remains silent on human rights, labor standards, freedom of expression and association, LGBTI rights, media and internet freedom, rights to peaceful assembly and of association, transparency and anti-corruption.

Child Abuse in Sports

Project CARE (Census of Athlete Rights Experiences) aims to ensure that the rights of child athletes are respected throughout world sport. The project is a collaboration between World Players Association, its affiliates and Loughborough University.  WE BELIEVE THAT PLAYERS ARE PEOPLE FIRST AND ATHLETES SECOND.LIKEWISE, CHILD ATHLETES ARE CHILDREN FIRST, ATHLETES SECOND. During the months of December 2019 – […]

Requirements for Human Rights, Labour Rights, Anti-Corruption and Stakeholder Involvement for Asian Cup 2027 Bidding Procedure

As the AFC prepares for the close of bids for the 2027 Asian Cup, the SRA would like to know what have been the mitigation measures already taken by the AFC to ensure that human rights are fully respected in the bidding for, as well as organization and delivery of, this event.