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Participants at the 5th world conference of sports ministers in Berlin (MINEPS V) today adopted an extensive list of recommendations to curb corruption in sport, share the socio-economic benefits of sport more equitably and ensure access to sport for all.

This text is the result of an extensive consultation process involving some 100 experts from governments, academia and the sport movement. As such, the over 70 detailed commitments and recommendations of the Declaration constitute a unique global consensus on the orientations and principles that should guide sport and physical education policy in the coming years.

The Berlin Declaration emphasizes that sport is a fundamental right for all, regardless of ethnic origin, gender, age, impairment, cultural and social background, economic resources or sexual orientation. It also underscores the threat to the integrity of sport from transnational organized crime, doping, the manipulation of sports competitions and corruption, which, like sport itself, has become a global phenomenon.

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