The 16th Conference of Ministers responsible for Sport of the Council of Europe has adopted two resolutions. The first one, titled “A European approach to sport policies: the revision of the European Sports Charter,” is meant to “facilitate access to sports for all layers of society,” largely through investments in infrastructure. It also encourages member states to “develop national sports strategies” and “exchange best practices.” The second resolution, titled “Human rights in sport,” addresses “safety, security and service at sports events” as well as doping and the “manipulation of sports competitions.” The conference was organized through the Council of Europe’s Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS). At present, Greece holds the chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers, and the session was accordingly chaired by Lefteris Avgenakis, Greece’s deputy minister of culture and sport. The proceedings were open to the public and drew an audience of 250.