A 3-day Integrisport Erasmus+ Project Awareness Raising Session for law enforcement officers and judicial authorities of Cyprus on combating manipulation of sports competitions took place in Nicosia on 18-20 September 2019. The training was co-organised by Cyprus Police and CSCF-Foundation for Sport Integrity in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.       Read more
The Rapid Response and Special Police Services, National Bureau of Investigation, the National Tax and Customs Administration together with CSCF-Foundation for Sport Integrity co-organized an awareness raising session on combating sport manipulation and match fixing in the framework of Integrisport Erasmus+ from 12th to 14th of November in Budapest.      Read more
The third awareness raising session of Integrisport Erasmus+ on combating sport manipulation and match fixing took place between 2-4 December in Vilnius, and was co-organized by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport and the Lithuanian Sport Centre, together with CSCF-Foundation for Sport Integrity.      Read more
The Finnish Center for Integrity in Sports FINCIS is involved in Integrisport Erasmus+, a two-year (2019–2020) project on the prevention of the manipulation of sports competitions funded by the EU. Athletes representing the countries participating in the project have released a video where they object to the manipulation of sports competitions.       Read more

A 2-day Integrisport Erasmus+ Project Awareness Raising Session on combating the manipulation of sports competitions for the Policía Judiciária and the Prosecution Service of Portugal, took place in Lisbon on 18-19 February 2020. The training was co-organised by Policía Judiciária and CSCF-Foundation for Sport Integrity under the framework of the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme.

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On 23 and 24 September 2020, a professional seminar for the international project IntegriSport Erasmus+ was held in Bratislava, focusing on the prevention and fight against manipulation of sports competitions (match fixing) both nationally and internationally. The seminar for law enforcement authorities was organised by the National Crime Agency of the Police Force Presidium, in co-operation with CSCF- Foundation for Sport Integrity, under the direction of the international project, IntegriSport Erasmus+. Read more

Integrisport Erasmus+ held its 2ndSteering Committee on the 29thof January in Budapest, hosted by Rapid Response and Special Police Force – National Bureau of Investigation, discussing a successful first half of the project and planning the second year. During the meeting, Partners analysed results from the Project’s opening year: project activities and administrative issues as well as the success and impact of the Awareness Raising Practical Sessions in Cyprus, Hungary and Lithuania. Over 150 law enforcement officers, prosecutors and judges in Cyprus, Hungary and Lithuania had an opportunity to exchange, work on practical situations and prepare for future actions in tackling and preventing match-fixing.      Read more