We are all responsible for promoting sport ethics. Cooperation ensures that all sports stakeholders have a sports culture that is ethically sustainable.
Sports institutes play a key role in the education of athletes and professionals in the field of sports, as training grounds for top-level athletes and as international meeting places for people interested in sports. FINCIS cooperates closely with sports institutes in promoting clean sports and fair play.Read more
The Olympic Committee and the Paralympic Committee perform visible international anti-doping work in their major events. FINCIS cooperates actively with the Finnish Olympic Committee and the Finnish Paralympic Committee in matters concerning sport ethics.Read more
FINCIS co-operates with various institutes to reach athletes and coaches from different sports, parents of young athletes, future professionals in the sports sector and health care personnel. Educational institutes can order training from FINCIS and use the Clean win and Fair Win online training materials and other materials produced by FINCIS.Read more
FINCIS engages in international anti-doping cooperation with regard to training and education activities as well. The Council of Europe’s Anti-Doping Convention, the UNESCO International Convention Against Doping and WADA’s World Anti-Doping Code specify certain educational obligations.Read more