Working Groups gather in Lausanne to work on contributions to Olympic Agenda 2020
- Bidding Procedure
- Sustainability and Legacy
- Differentiation of the Olympic Games
- Procedure for the Composition of the Olympic Programme
- Olympic Games Management
- Protecting Clean Athletes
- Olympic TV Channel
- Olympism in Action Including Youth Strategy
- Youth Olympic Games
- Culture Policy
- Good Governance and Autonomy
- Strategic Review of Sponsorship, Licensing and Merchandising
- IOC Membership
The Working Groups will present a broad outline of their findings to the IOC Executive Board (EB) at its next meeting in July. This outline will then be discussed at the Olympic Summit later the same month, which will be attended by all the key stakeholders of the Olympic Movement.
The contributions will then be presented to the IOC commissions in September, before being discussed again at an EB meeting in October. The refined proposals for Olympic Agenda 2020 will lastly be presented for discussion by the entire IOC membership and final approval at an IOC Extraordinary Session in Monaco on 8 and 9 December 2014.
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