The GAMES consortium submitted its penultimate deliverable, the “Sustainability, Impact, and Legacy Report”, in February 2024.

The Sustainability, Impact, and Legacy Report for the GAMES project provides a comprehensive evaluation of the project's enduring outcomes and contributions, highlighting the impact and legacy of the project in the domain of gender equality in sports leadership.

The report aims to offer a holistic view by summarizing the project's deliverables, events, and communication effort, as well as assessing them against the evaluation criteria and targets set at the beginning of the project. Additionally, the report also pays particular attention to the legacy, replicability, and sustainability of the project's outcomes beyond its designated timeframe. The findings not only illustrate the extent and wide reach of the project's initiatives but also underscore its importance in advancing gender equality in sports leadership in the 8 partner NOCs and their respective sports environments.

Hence, the Sustainability, Impact, and Legacy Report stands as a vital resource, showcasing the GAMES project's impact as a catalyst for implementing gender equality policies in European sports and beyond.

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Background information on GAMES project.

The GAMES project is a 24-month project co-funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Sport Programme 2021 and coordinated by the EOC EU Office. It promotes integrity and good governance in sports by advocating for structural and cultural changes regarding gender equality in leadership and decision-making positions among NOCs and their member federations. The EOC EU Office is implementing GAMES together with 8 NOCs (Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, North Macedonia and Turkey) and renowned experts in the field of gender equality and good governance, including Professor Emerita Kari Fasting from Equal Rights in Sports and I TRUST Sport. Furthermore, the GAMES project is supported by the International Olympic Committee. 
Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or EACEA. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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