Lausanne, Switzerland, October 30, 2015 - Volleyball and beach volleyball athletes will soon have access to a new International Olympic Committee (IOC) e-learning platform providing information to athletes on issues related to competition manipulation. Set to launch early next year in 10 languages, this interactive programme uses a scenario-based learning approach to teach users how to safeguard the integrity of their sports.
The IOC Integrity and Compliance Hotline, which is a reporting mechanism for potential cases of competition manipulation and other violations of the integrity of sport, was launched earlier this year. The service is a web-based hotline open to athletes, coaches, referees and the public, and guarantees 100 per cent anonymity. To access the hotline and for more information, click here.
These new tools have been developed to put athletes at the heart of the Olympic Movement in line with Recommendations 18 and 23 of Olympic Agenda 2020, which aim to strengthen support to athletes.
Athletes’ Forum gets underway with big topics and big questions
New IOC Integrity and Compliance Hotline fully operational
Integrity and Compliance Hotline
IOC Athlete Gateway
IOC Athlete Career Programme