Created in 2011, under the name “Sports, Economy and Society”, the club is co-chaired by:

  • Sophie AUCONIE, Member of Parliament for Seine-Saint-Denis (La République en Marche);
  • Sylvie CHARRIERE, Member of Parliament for Loire-Atlantique (La République en Marche);
  • Jean-Jacques LOZACH, Senator for Creuse (Socialist and Republican Group)

 

A multi-stakeholder dialogue on public policies and the French sports model

The main objective of the Sport Club is to promote a multi-stakeholder dialogue on topics related to current legislation and public policy in the field of sports. The club meets four to five times a year, in the form of dinner debates attended by between 40 and 60 people, public officials (mainly parliamentarians, but also members of the administration and ministerial cabinets, authorities and agencies) and economic actors in the sector (federations, leagues, sports partner companies, broadcasters, experts, etc.). These debates contribute to the collective reflection on the future of the French sports model, by allowing the exchange of information, good practices, experiences and points of view.

 

Members of the club:  Accuracy, l’AFLD, beIn Sports, Canal +, le CNDS, le CNSOF, la Fédération des Entraîneurs Professionnels, la Fédération Française d’Athlétisme, la Fédération Française de Basket-Ball, la Fédération Française des Clubs Omnisports, la Fédération Française d’Équitation, la Fédération Française de Golf, la Fédération Française de Football, la Fédération Française de Parachutisme, la Fédération Française de Rugby, la Fédération Française de Tennis, la Fédération Française de Tennis de Table, Fédération française de Ski nautique et de Wakeboard, Eurosport, FIDAL,la FDJ, l’INSEP, la Ligue Nationale de Basket, la Ligue de Football Professionnel, la MAIF, le PMU, Première Ligue, l’UNSS, le SNAPS

 

Code of conduct

The club’s operations comply with the provisions of the Sapin II law relating to interest representatives and the rules of professional ethics defined by parliamentary institutions: pluralism of support, transparency of funding, equity between members, speaking out not conditioned by funding, etc. As such, the club’s operations strictly comply with the recommendations made by the High Authority for the Transparency of Public Life (HATVP), the Ethics Officer of the National Assembly and the Senate’s Committee on Parliamentary Ethics.

 

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