The Ausc Region 5 Council Of Ministers Meeting, Maseru Lesotho 201910th Nov 2019
Regional Annual Sports Awards Winners from 2016-201927th Nov 2019
- Member countries should recognise and respect
the legal status of their sports organisations.
- By December 2020, AUSC Region 5 and COSANOC
should jointly develop a lobby strategy for member countries to position sport
among the top 5 national priorities.
- By June 2020, AUSC Region 5 and COSANOC should
jointly develop a time-framed stakeholder responsibility framework for sports
delivery allocating responsibilities as follows:
- Government – Legislative and policy enabling instruments
- Sports Commissions/Councils – Grassroots sports development
- National Olympic Committees – High performance sport
- By December 2020,
AUSC Region 5 and COSANOC should jointly present the stakeholder responsibility
framework, including the draft monitoring and evaluation mechanism, for
adoption by the AUSC Region 5 Council of Ministers.
current review exercise of the existing MoU between AUSC Region 5 and COSANOC
should incorporate the stakeholder responsibility framework and other pertinent
resolutions adopted at the Maseru 2019 Regional Forum.
June 2020, AUSC Region 5 and COSANOC should set up a task team to develop the
roadmap to success for Los Angeles 2028.
December 2020, AUSC Region 5 and COSANOC should jointly present the roadmap to
success for Los Angeles 2028, including draft monitoring and evaluation
mechanism, for adoption by the AUSC Region 5 Council of Ministers.
- By March 2020, AUSC
Region 5 and COSANOC should identify and leverage the strengths of member
countries for the benefit of the region.
- As part of the
stakeholder responsibility framework:
- Member countries, through their governments should
provide adequate support to all anti-doping programmes, pay their WADA
contributions timeously and ensure ongoing code compliance and clean sport
- Member countries should actively and consistently
implement the resolutions of the African Union Think Tank and the tenets of the
UNESCO Convention on anti-doping.
- Member countries, through their governments, should
implement the Katowice Declaration and other pertinent instruments on
- By December 2028 Governments should legislate against promotion
of unethical practices in sport, including but not limited to doping and
- NOCs/CGAs and the relevant
governmental bodies should, by December 2020, develop and sign MoUs to, among other things, promote
collaboration, avoid conflict, ensure responsible autonomy and build mutual
understanding and trust.
- By June 2020, AUSC Region 5 and COSANOC should review
the prioritised sports (currently 8) and identify countries that can host
regional high-performance centres in those prioritised sports.
- By December 2020, member countries should develop
appropriate draft tools to measure the impact of investment in sport and
sport’s contribution towards economic transformation and sustainable
development, social cohesion, health, harmony and nation building.
- By December 2020, member countries should establish or
review prioritised sport codes, including medal prospects, as well as
developing and systematically implementing a sport-specific Long-Term Athlete
Development (LTAD) programme; ensuring that all fundamentals are in place.
- Member countries should:
minimum requirements and term limits for elected officials through amendments of sports organisations’
constitutions by December 2021
an ongoing basis provide opportunities for capacity development of officials
- By December 2020, member countries should have
developed an appropriate recognition system to inspire athletes and cultivate a
- Member countries should align sport strategies and
policies to include the use of sport to meet social development objectives.
countries should establish effective partnerships through a multi-sectoral
approach in order to resource and sustain sport development goals.
- Member countries should ensure that sports
organisations meet or comply with requirements of their respective governing
bodies in order to access or leverage available resources.
- Member countries should cultivate a culture of
sustainability for sports organisation to address the dependency syndrome.
- All sports organisations should fully
- disclose their financial, material and/or any other form of assistance
from their respective governing bodies or from any other source.
- account for funds received.
- Member countries should promote and support the
International Working Group on Women and Sport (IWG) current priorities (the Big 5) and
- Member countries should fully implement the AUSC
Region 5 Council of Ministers resolution on the empowerment of women through
appointment to leadership and decision-making positions by December 2020.
- prioritise athletes by promoting their participation and supporting them
through representation on platforms and in structures that deliberate on issues
affecting them by December 2020.
- develop and implement long term athlete support systems by December 2020.
- By December 2020 Member countries should develop and
implement Information Communication
Technology (ICT) strategies.
- AUSC Region 5 and COSANOC to embark on a fact finding
mission to the South East Asian Games Organising Committee to benchmark and
create exchanges that can be utilized to improve the Region 5 Games by June