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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) - an international non-governmental organization that was established June 23, 1894 on the initiative of Pierre de Coubertin. The object of the IOC is to lead the international Olympic movement and the development of the sport worldwide. Regulating the activities of the IOC Olympic Charter, which is declared and the area of responsibility of the organization.
The Olympic Charter stipulates the main objectives, which is designed to solve the IOC and sets out the principles of the Olympic movement. The IOC is responsible for the Olympic movement itself, it ensures the regularity of the competition, encourages and supports the development of sport, is coordinating the sports competitions. His area of responsibility also includes ethics in sports, education of young athletes in the spirit of fair and open fight, the prohibition of coercion and violence. IOC President Jacques Rogge, the head of his since 2001, and the Committee staff in contact with public and private organizations of different countries, which are aimed to ensure that sport is the development of friendly relations between people of different countries, to strengthen the unity and independence of the Olympic Movement. The Committee should discourage the manifestation of any kind of discrimination in sport - from discrimination based on racial or religious grounds to the discrimination of the sexes. IOC is fighting against the use of unfair competition practices and the use of artificial stimulants - doping. It is taking all possible measures and efforts aimed at preserving the health of athletes, as well as to ensure their social and professional future. IOC is responsible for choosing the cities, which will be held the Olympic Games. Therefore, along with their organizers, he is responsible for the preservation of monuments of history, culture and nature in those territories where the competitions will take place, and erected the Olympic venues. It must encourage and support the care and responsibility for the environment, to ensure compliance with environmental safety principles in the development of sport, to monitor compliance with these principles in the Olympic Games. The International Olympic Committee promotes a positive result from the Olympics in different countries and cities. Objects Olympics should serve to further the development of sports and used for training national teams of the various sports clubs.