You are viewing an archived web page, collected at the request of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) using Archive-It. This page was captured on 12:39:49 Jan 24, 2016, and is part of the UNESCO collection. The information on this web page may be out of date. See All versions of this archived page.
Loading media information hide
Print this page
Governments Consulted on Monitoring Framework
Governments that have adhered to the International Convention against Doping in Sport are being consulted on the best means to monitor the Convention.

2008-03-14 4:00 pm

Two options have been proposed in a report circulated to government Ministers. The report considers the utility of either a paper-based questionnaire or a computer-based tool to monitor the Convention. It also explores funding options, including the possible use of the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport, to cover the development costs of the monitoring system.

Ministers from the 76 eligible States Parties to the Convention (those for which the Convention had entered into force before 1 March 2008) are requested to respond in writing by 1 May 2008 on the preferred mechanism and to approve any associated expenditure. This will allow the establishment of a system to monitor compliance with the Convention at the second session of the Conference of Parties in November 2009.

Monitoring Framework for the International Convention against Doping in Sport

English | Franšais | Espa˝ol | 中文 | Русский | العربية

Photo : ę S.Chin-Yee 2007

Author(s) UNESCO
Keywords Anti-Doping; 1 May 2008
Geography Keywords Worldwide

Have feedback? Email the SHS Webmaster