While the school violence problem triggered by professional volleyball is hitting the sports world, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has come up with related measures such as integrated management of the discipline history of the sports department.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism said on the 16th that, in connection with the case of school violence for professional sports players, “We will integrate and manage the school sports department’s disciplinary record in consultation with relevant authorities such as the Ministry of Education and reflect it in the course of future athlete activities.” In addition, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism said, “In accordance with Article 5 of the Korean Sports Association’s National Selection Regulations, if there has been disciplinary action for human rights violations such as (sexual) violence, the selection of national representatives will be restricted.” “We will establish a system to prevent school sports violence through future related regulations. I plan to go out.”
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism held inspection meetings with related organizations and organizations such as the Ministry of Education and quickly prepared measures. This is a response after President Moon Jae-in ordered the new Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Hwang-hee to make special efforts to eradicate irregularities in the field of sports such as violence.
From the 19th, the revised National Sports Promotion Act, Enforcement Decree, and Enforcement Rules will also be implemented along with the measures to strengthen the protection of human rights in sports. The National Sports Promotion Act was first revised on the occasion of the incident of sexual violence on the ice, and went into effect on August 5 last year, and the case of late Choi Sook-hyun, who made extreme choices in July of last year through abusive, assault, and abusive behavior by leaders and colleagues. The second revision was made through.
The core contents of the newly implemented’Choi Sook-Hyun Act’ are △imposing the obligation to immediately report human rights violations and corruption on sportsmen, strengthening measures to protect the reporter and victim △Intensifying the right to investigate the sports ethics center, such as specifying the authority to investigate and requesting disciplinary action when interfering with or rejecting the investigation Reinforcement of sanctions on perpetrators and restrictions on returning to the sports world △Expanding monitoring of human rights violations on a regular basis and strengthening human rights education for sports leaders, etc. △Introducing standard contracts for sports and strengthening the supervision and operation management of the unemployment team.
Apart from the system implemented this time, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism also prepares a plan to support players who are at risk of career disconnection and retirement due to team dissolution or contract refusal to continue their activities, such as training and participation in competitions by linking with professional assistants (agents). do.
Reporter Pilwoong Seo
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