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Integrity in Sport

Jordan will join the International Sport Integrity Partnership.

Country: Jordan

Status: complete

Themes: Uncategorised

Last updated: December 2020


Concrete: Concrete | New: New | Ambitious: Ambitious

  • 5 Notes:

    Jordan Integrity and Anti-corruption Commission attended jointly with the respected colleagues from Jordan Olympic Committee, the Meeting of the Steering Committee of the International Partnership Against Corruption in Sport (IPACS)_ took part on 16 November 2020, from 10.45 a.m. to 13.00 p.m.

    Further evidence is available upon request. The National TI Chapter - Rasheed - has carried out this assessment, and has proceeded to mark this as complete.

    Updated: October 31, 2020

    The Jordanian Olympic Commission established pursuant to Law No. (173) for the year 2007 and in accordance to its further regulations, has taken a set of initiatives that enhance the integrity system in the sports sector as the concerned authority. The commission has developed instructions on safeguarding athletes, such as on harassment and abuse in sport. In addition, the commission has translated the Athletes declaration and disseminated it to athletes and sport clubs. The Jordanian Olympic committee has reached out to IPACS to proceed with becoming a member in the initiative and waiting for the response at the moment.

    Peer reviewer: 1

    Updated: April 30, 2020

    Monitoring Jordan’s implementation of the sub-indicators of this commitment has revealed that the concerned bodies are: the Ministry of Youth and the Jordan Olympic Committee . Jordan is not member in the SIGA, according to SIGA’S membership rules, stated on its website. No official data was found on developing mechanism, policy, or measures intended to incorporate SIGA’S three areas of work into Jordanian sports institutions. Further, legislation does not include text on the standards of sports integrity and transparency since the establishment of the ISF. it is the responsibility of the IFS member states to adapt its legislation , policies and practices to the standards of integrity set by the Federation.

    Updated: October 30, 2019

    Also Jordan are not mentioned on the IPACS website as a supporting government.

    Peer reviewer: 1

    Updated: October 30, 2019

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