Free speech for Olympic athletes / Richard W. Pound

Pound, Richard W

This article is on Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter, which prohibits the participants from demonstrations or political, religious or racial propaganda at the Olympic sites. Richard W. Pound argues that by retaining it, there is no restriction of the fundamental right to freedom of expression. His article describes it as an element of mutual respect and the conviction that a better world, with a balance of rights and associated responsibilities, is possible.

See the issue of "Journal of Olympic history, 28.1, 2020"

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