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New Leaders Forum


Dream. Speak up. Act.
Be a leader and lead the change.
Create tomorrow’s sports culture today.

WHY should you attend?

The New Leaders Forum is about stepping up the change. The IOC Gender Equality Recommendations
constitutes the framework for the forum. In addition, topics of equality, good
governance and responsibility will be covered by the world’s top speakers and experts. Every
game-changer is needed and your actions matter.

HOW can you attend?

This Forum is by invitation only event and seats are limited. Join the forum together with IOC President Thomas Bach and more than 200 sport leaders, experts and game-changers from Europe and across the world. Accommodation and forum fees will be covered for the invited guests. Kindly note, that travel expenses are self-financed.

WHAT will you get in return?

Become inspired how the future of sport will look like. Discover what sport leaders think
about equality, good governance and responsibility – and how to move to the next level. Get
to know the European sport leaders and game-changers. Learn to speak up your mind and
start to act.

Be part of the journey on Instagram @newleaderseurope or follow the hashtags #LeadtheChange #NewLeaders #GameChangers on Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media channels.

For more information please see  the programme description or contact the NOC of Finland New Leaders Team:
email: niina.toroi@olympiakomitea.fi, phone: + 358 40 672 2220

This Forum is by invitation only event and seats are limited. The registration link will be sent to the invited guests. If you wish to take part in the forum, please email us and describe why you should be invited.

We want gender equality, which links to good governance and responsibility, to be the new normal in the field of sport. Actions matter. We need you to act.

The speakers of the Forum are world’s leading experts from the field of equality, good governance and responsibility. Presentations will draw the picture of the current status quo and offer guidance on what should be done to secure the best possible future for sports. Panel discussions will be featured by game-changers, sport leaders, experts and youth representatives. The stage will be opened to best practices, concrete tools and examples from grassroots to the highest decision making in sport.

200 Game-Changers from Europe