INTERNATIONAL GOVERMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
Council of Europe ( https://www.coe.int/en/web/sport)
The Council of Europe is one of the most influential international organizations in the field of sport. Among the sports conventions it has issued is the Convention on the Manipulation of Sports Competitions (the Macolin Convention), which was signed in 2014. Within the framework of this Convention, each Party shall identify a national platform addressing manipulation of sports competitions, as referred to in Article 13 of the Convention.
United Nations (https://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/safeguardingsport/index.html)
United Nations are actively involved in sport corruption issues through the United Nations Office of Drug and Crime (UNODC). There are two relevant resolutions that concern sport corruption and refer to the manipulation of sport competitions and the importance of sports integrity.
Resolution 7/8 on corruption in Sports (2017)
Resolution 8/4 on corruption in Sports (2019)
INTERNATIONAL SPORT ORGANIZATIONS
International Olympic Committee (https://olympics.com/ioc/overview )
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) issued in 2018 the Olympic Movement Code against Competitions Manipulation. This code constitutes also the framework for disciplinary procedures and sanctions in relevant athletes misconducts. IOC is in close collaboration with the Council of Europe, INTERPOL, the United Nations (through UNODC) and has participated in the development of the International Partnership Against Corruption in Sports (I.P.A.C.S.).
IOC Guidelines for preventing Competitions’ Manipulation
INDICATIVE REFERENCE REPORT OF INTERNATIONAL FEDERATIONS
International federations have taken a thorough approach to the manipulation of sporting events in recent years, and below are some indicative background documents. International federations are subject to the IOC Code of Practice against the Manipulation of Sports Competitions Concerning Disciplinary Procedures.
Guidelines for the promotion of sport integrity from the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA)
Disciplinary Regulations from the Integrity Unit of the International Tennis Federation