International Committee for Fair Play
Comité international pour le fair play (CIFP)
1963-12-05 Paris France
5 Dec 1963, Paris (France), as Comité international provisoire d'organisation des trophées du fair play Pierre de Coubertin. Name changed, 25 Jan 1965, to Comité international d'organisation des trophées du fair play Pierre de Coubertin. Present name adopted 29 May 1973, the Trophies continuing to be called 'Trophées du fair play Pierre de Coubertin'. Statutes adopted 3 Mar 1977, Paris; modified 9 Nov 1993, Paris. Also referred to in English as International Fair Play Committee.
Defend and promote fair play worldwide with: national and international organizations working for sport and education; high level athletes; children, adolescents and those in charge of training them - coaches and educationists.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Administration Council; Bureau.
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