FAIR+ Kicked-off in Brussels, Belgium


FAIR+ Kicked-off in Brussels, Belgium

05 February 2020

On 28-29 January, the House of Sport in Brussels welcomed TAFISA Project Manager Gaëtan Garcia among project partners to kick-off the FAIR+ project. Following the success of the Forum for Anti-Doping in Recreational Sport (FAIR) run from 2017-2019, and the publication of the Final Report (available at: https://www.europeactive-euaffairs.eu/projects/FAIR), FAIR+ will run for the next three years (2020-2022).

FAIR+ continues the work of the existing FAIR project reviews, the existing interventions on doping in recreational sport, and food/supplements for sportspeople, and represents an opportunity to develop a Europe-wide network to assess good practices and develop new methods with the help of renowned experts in the field of doping. The FAIR+ Guidelines (and the Anti-Doping Code of Conduct) will provide several recommendations on how to set-up effective educational campaigns targeting recreational sport coaches, instructors and trainers and eventually with indications on how to evaluate and measure their efficacy.

FAIR+ is led by EuropeActive, with the contribution from the following partners: European Institute for Socioceonomics, Anti-Doping Authority of the Netherlands, Cyprus Anti-Doping Authority, Aarhus University, Sapienza University of Rome, Anti-Doping Norway, and TAFISA. FAIR+ is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.

More information on the FAIR+ website

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