(The Werkgeversorganisatie in de sport) is the employer organisation for the sport sector in the Netherlands that puts itself to aim, to look after the interests of its members on the broad area of labour relations. email@example.com
The Arbetsgivaralliansen is an independent confederation of Sweden employers such as sporting and educational associations.
The Romanian non-governmental association covers a wide range of issues in sport sector such as sport development, employment and qualifications, human resources, sports medicine, sport financing and marketing policies. Our organisation strives to help public or not for profit clubs and federations, trade unions, employers federation, NGOs which are involved in the sport areas mentioned above. www.politicisport.ro
UNI is the largest international grouping of individual trade unions. It brings together over 900 unions representing over 15 million members.
The European Elite Athletes Association is a federation of independent athletes associations from all over Europe with member associations from 15 European countries representing over 25,000 professional athletes.
EOSE - European Observatoire of Sport and Employment - is a European network of national and regional observatoires, public or not for profit, which are involved in several areas such as sport development, sport employment and qualifications.
The EOC EU Office is the representation of the European Olympic Committees in Brussels to the European institutions. It represents furthermore the interests of the International Olympic Committee and other major sport organisations to the European Institutions. firstname.lastname@example.org
European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation is a non-profit making or distributing organisation with public responsibilities. European National Sports Confederations and National Olympic Committees, if they are the national umbrella organisations for sports, form the association.
European Professional Football Leagues - The Association of European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL) is an association governed by Swiss law, founded in 2005 and based in Nyon, Switzerland. It traces its origins back to the founding in 1997 of the EUPPFL (Association of European Union Premier Professional Football Leagues). email@example.com
The European Club Association (ECA) is the sole, independent body directly representing football clubs at European level. ECA was fully recognized by UEFA and FIFA in a formal memorandum of understanding, which was signed in January 2008.
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