Executive Secretary, Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport, Council of Europe
I look forward to attending the 2nd World Summit on Ethics and Leadership in Sports, which provide an innovative opportunity to consider sports ethical issues with a broad variety of stakeholders. Leaders from the economic world are familiar with concepts such as corporate social responsibility and good practices in corporate governance. Their involvement in discussions with sports organisations, authorities and NGOs contributes to giving new perspectives to the issues on the sport political agenda.
Since 2008, Stanislas Frossard has been the Head of the Sport Division of the Council of Europe, which includes the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) and the Sport Conventions Unit (Spectator Violence. Anti-Doping and Match fixing Conventions). Since 2008, he has been the Executive Secretary of the EPAS, which is the intergovernmental platform of co-operation of the Council of Europe on sports policies. Mr Frossard started in the Council of Europe as an Administrator in charge of the Sports Conventions Unit.
Before joining the Council of Europe Secretariat, he had various positions as an NGO leader, a trainer and a consultant in the areas of youth, refugees and environment. He managed a national referendum campaign to defend asylum rights for the Swiss Refugee Council in 2002, and he has been chief executive of national Youth NGOs.
Holder of a degree in economic and social sciences from the University of Geneva, with a specialisation in international issues at the Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva), he also has a Masters in Public Administration from the Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration (Lausanne).
ate Institute of International Studies (Geneva), he also has a Masters in Public Administration from the Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration (Lausanne).