Sportradar participates in 2012 Sorbonne-ICSS Sport Integrity Symposium
Leading figures in sport from around the world gathered in Paris the 2012 Sorbonne-ICSS Sport Integrity Symposium – the first international, multi-stakeholder event to support the global sporting community in its battle against corruption by sharing knowledge and enhancing current integrity strategies and processes.
The 2012 Sorbonne-ICSS Sport Integrity Symposium was jointly staged by the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) and Paris 1 University Panthéon-Sorbonne with the official support of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).
The event saw leading experts and entities in the world of sport – including National and International Sport Federations, Governments, International and Regional Organisations including United Nations Agencies, INTERPOL, the European Union and the Council of Europe, as well as Non-Governmental Organisations, Academic Institutions, Betting Institutions, Legal and Anti-Corruption Experts and Law Enforcement – explore trends, challenges and solutions in the field of sport integrity.
With many of the world’s leading integrity experts and practitioners attending, the symposium was an important milestone in the fight against match-fixing and illegal betting. In addition, the key learnings from the symposium provided major sports bodies with a practical framework for understanding and handling complex integrity issues which is a major step towards eradicating all forms of corruption in sport.