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National Sports Governance Observer. Landerapport: Danmark
The National Sports Governance Observer project has measured the level of good governance in national sports organisations in ten countries. This report presents the results from the eight Danish federations included in the project.
Sports Governance Observer 2018. An assessment of good governance in five international sports federations.
The report employs the SGO 2018 benchmarking instrument to assess the governance of five international federations. The aim is to stimulate an open debate by providing an objective, reliable, and holistic overview of which elements of good governance are implemented by these federations and which ones are not.
National Sports Governance Observer. Final report
This report lays out the methodology underpinning the NSGO indicators and presents the findings resulting from the application of the NSGO indicators by partners from nine European countries and Brazil to at least eight sports federations in each country.
National Sports Governance Observer. Indicators and instructions for assessing good governance in national sports federations
This report presents the National Sports Governance Observer (NSGO) indicators, a comprehensive set of 274 indicators of good governance in sports federations that operate at the national or sub-national level. The aim of this report is to provide detailed instructions for official NSGO partners on the selection of federations, data gathering and aggregation based on NSGO indicators, the data approval process, and the preparation of their country report.
National sports governance observer. Indicators for good governance in national federations. Preliminary report.
This report presents the National Sports Governance Observer indicators, a comprehensive set of 274 indicators of good governance in sports federations that operate at the national or sub-national level.
Autonomy in National Olympic Committees 2017 - An autonomy index
The aim of this index is to provide an overview of relationships between the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and national governments in terms of direct and formal overlap between NOC leadership and positions in the national government by late 2016.