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Can the 2024 Paris Olympics Rewrite the Narrative on Ethics in Megasports?

Corruption scandals, human rights violations, and ethical breaches have historically marred significant global sporting events. With France hosting the 2024 Olympics, they present a crucial opportunity to redefine the conversation on ethics in megasports. The event showcases an innovative and thorough strategy for handling corruption risks – establishing a fresh benchmark for upcoming Olympic hosts. (For more, check out our Paris 2024 Olympics campaign that explores the past, present, and future of Ethics & Compliance in megasports.)

Read our eBook where we discuss Andrew Spalding’s, a renowned expert on international anti-corruption efforts, insights on what makes the Paris 2024 Olympics different from the rest from an Ethics and Compliance (E&C) standpoint.

In this eBook on ethics in megasports, we discuss:

  • The origins of anti-corruption in megasports
  • France’s golden compliance strategy and initiatives
  • The role of Sapin II
  • Challenges and opportunities of human rights
  • The path forward: Integrated risk management strategies

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