T-PREG guidelines mentioned as example of best practices by INTERPOL

On the most recently published bi-weekly Bulletin of INTERPOL dedicated to “Integrity in Sport” the guidelines produced by the project “T-PREG – Training on Protected Reporting System for Professional and Grassroots Sport” were mentioned as an example of good practices.

These guidelines were produced as the result of the projects’ data collection and implementation of a pilot training, oriented to social contexts where match-fixing occurs, which showed that sport actors consider that reporting is dangerous for their career and personal life.

The guidelines on whistleblower protection in sports and optimization of EU policies related with creation, promotion, and proper use of protecting reporting systems are available for download in English and Portuguese.

About the project

T-PREG is funded by the European Commission through its Erasmus + Sport Programme. The project is coordinated by Marcelo Moriconi from th Centre for International Studies of Iscte – University Institute of Lisbon, and its partners are Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, KU Leuven Institute of Criminology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Transparency International Slovenia,  Italian National Olympic Committee, National Olympic Committee of Portugal, the National Plan for Ethics in Sport of Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth, International Betting Integrity Association, European Association for the Study of Gambling  and Ufficio Sport della Presidenza del Consiglio. More information on this project can be access through its website.

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