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THIS ISSUE's HIGHLIGHTS
FURTHERING BENEFITS TO PEOPLE AND NATURE: PYEONGCHANG 2018 PRE-GAMES SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
The PyeongChang Organising Committee for the 2018 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games (POCOG), 2017, 150 pages, in English.
The purpose of this first sustainability report for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games is to present the economic, environmental and social values that POCOG created during the preparation of the Games, in a thorough and balanced manner. This report concentrates on sustainability management and the performance of POCOG.
Read it here.
Consult other PyeongChang 2018 publications already available here.
SAFEGUARDING ATHLETES FROM HARASSMENT AND ABUSE IN SPORT: IOC TOOLKIT FOR IFS AND NOCS: RELATED TO CREATING AND IMPLEMENTING ATHLETE SAFEGUARDING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
International Olympic Committee, 2017, 106 pages, in English and French.
This toolkit is the latest in a series of IOC initiatives focused on the prevention of harassment and abuse in sport. It aims to assist NOCs and International Federations (IFs) in the development of policies and procedures to safeguard athletes from harassment and abuse in sport. Building on existing guidelines and medical consensus statements, this step-by-step guide focuses on organisational and competition-specific safeguarding policies. It is reinforced with key research, recommendations and case studies across the Olympic Movement, and offers a solution-based approach.
Read it here.
CANDIDATURE PROCESS 2026
International Olympic Committee, 2017, 3 volumes, in English.
In line with Olympic Agenda 2020, the new Candidature Process is based on increased flexibility and an in-depth dialogue with the IOC and the Olympic Movement. It has been redesigned to enable cities and NOCs to have more sustainable, feasible and cost-effective Olympic Games, and to align with their local, regional and national long-term development goals.
Detailed documentation for the Candidature Process for the Olympic Winter Games 2026 was published in December, including the Candidature Process, the Candidature Questionnaire and Delivering Success: Engagement, Legacy and Vision.
Read the three publications here.