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The Helsinki report on sport

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Recalling the Declaration on Sport attached to the Treaty of Amsterdam and recognising the social role of sport", the European Council, meeting in Vienna on 11 and 12 December 1998, invited "the Commission to submit a report to the Helsinki European Council with a view to safeguarding current sports structures and maintaining the social function of sport within the Community framework". This report by the Commission is the response to the European Council's invitation.

  

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Reference : Commission of the European Communities. (1999). The Helsinki report on sport. Brussels: Commission of the European Communities

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