Glms 2019 Monitoring & Intelligence Report

Glms 2019 Monitoring & Intelligence Report

Glms reported 157 matches to its partners in 2019.

The first 6 months of 2019 have been very vibrant and Glms has many achievements to look back on. We were very pleased to begin the year with a very successful Integrity and Educational seminar in the Olympic Museum, in Lausanne, which we organized in coordination with the International Olympic Committee (IOC). At the end of the 1st Quarter, we also went live with our new mobile and web sites, which have been highly appreciated by our members and partner as a new source of key information for topics such as Integrity and Sport Ethics.

Over the last 6 months we also had the chance to attend and contribute to numerous fora, sharing our competences and providing expertise on Integrity services to private and public stakeholders. At the same time, we were privileged to continue to provide competent inputs to major on-going Integrity projects, such as the KCOOS+ (Keep Crime Out Of Sport) as well as start new ones, like IntegriSport. At a policy level, we are excited to learn that the Council of Europe Convention on Sport Corruption will be entering into force on September 1st and we look forward to effectively supporting the Council with the relevant upcoming work streams.

At an operational level, as you will read in the present report, we have alerted 64 matches to our partners, while we have also developed 37 analysis-reports on request of our partners or members. At the same time, we constantly make our best efforts to enhance all our Monitoring and Integrity services, including our education and prevention programmes and we are always available to effectively support members and partners with the development of ad hoc education and prevention tools in compliance with national regulatory and public needs.

One of the highlights of the last months was also our key contribution to the Fifa Integrity TaskForce in view of the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™. We were honoured to be the only non-for profit Sport Integrity monitoring association to be part of the TaskForce and support its Monitoring and Integrity activities. Rest assured that over the 2nd half of 2019, we will continue our efforts against sport competition manipulations with renewed enthusiasm and passion. You will be hearing from us
regularly regarding the results of our Integrity and Intelligence activities, as well as all Glms Prevention and Educational projects and initiatives. Stay tuned and follow us for the latest news on our new Glms digital channels:!