The nine principles of the Charter for Ethics in Swiss sport
Working together for healthy, respectable, fair and successful sport.
1st Equal treatment for everyone.
Nationality, age, gender, sexual orientation, social background, religious and political affiliation do not lead to discrimination.
2nd Sport and social environment in harmony.
The demands in training and competition are compatible with education, career and family life.
3rd Strengthening personal and shared responsibility.
Athletes are involved in decisions that affect them.
4th Respectful encouragement rather than excessive demands.
Measures to achieve sporting goals do not damage either the physical or psychological integrity of the athletes.
5th Educating on fairness and environmental responsibility.
Behaviour towards others and towards the environment is characterised by respect.
6th Rejecting violence, exploitation and sexual abuse.
Physical and psychological violence as well as any form of exploitation are not tolerated. Raising awareness, maintaining vigilance and rigorous intervention.
7th Rejecting doping and drugs.
Ongoing information and immediate intervention in the event of consumption, administering or distributing substances.
8th Abstaining from tobacco and alcohol consumption during sport.
Demonstrating the risks and consequences of consumption at an early stage.
9th Opposing all forms of corruption.
Encouraging and stipulating transparency in decisions and processes.Dealing with conflicts of interest, gifts, regulating financing and gambling, and consistent disclosure.
Code of Conduct of Swiss Dancesport Association (SDA)
The values and principles defined in this Code of Conduct determine the behavior and interaction within SDA and towards 3rd parties.