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International Convention against Doping in Sport Paris, 19 October 2005

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This chapter deals with the various articles of the International Convention against Doping in Sport adopted by the General Conference of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Sport should play an important role in the protection of health, in moral, cultural and physical education and in promoting international understanding and peace. Doping puts at risk the ethical principles and educational values embodied in the International Charter of Physical Education and Sport of UNESCO and in the Olympic Charter. The Anti-Doping Convention and its Additional Protocol adopted within the framework of the Council of Europe are the public international law tools which are at the origin of national anti-doping policies and of intergovernmental cooperation.

Keywords: doping in sport; UNESCO

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