Your assignment is to prepare and submit a paper on sports ethics and sport policy. The sports policy is grounded o the hypotheses that the key principles required for the creation of quality sport and should be incorporated in the policy. These principles include: the sport should be value-based, efficient, technically sound, planned, sustainable, shared, and comprehensive. Also, it is necessary for participating in sports activities to maintain good conduct and maintain the integrity of sports. The policy is a tool of offering the Government and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs) the appropriate direction so as to realize the desired results. It enables the government and NGOs to flexibly carry out their core mandates within their jurisdictions, and consistently contribute to the set objectives. Implementation of the policy is done through complementary action plans deduced by the state either individually and collectively, or bi-laterally and multi-laterally, or both, and other stakeholders in the sport and related sectors. Due to the constantly evolving and dynamically changing technological advancements and developing of new needs these policies should be under constant review to meet these needs (Bloyce & Smith, 2009).
Governments always get involved in the development and promotion of sporting activities amongst its people. This is evident especially in sports systems at the national or high-performance level and in the community level irrespective of the age and experience of an individual. Notably, there are few governments that venture into sports activities as a way of promoting peace and development, both domestically and internationally. Sports activities actually can positively impact on the growth of the country’s economy and allow the state achieves its developmental goals. However, currently sports experience to champion for these goals has been great been cramped to several small-scale ventures. It is regularly undertaken through policy frameworks that previously exist in government, which are faced with the constraint of inadequate funding, capability and forecast for lasting sustainability (Bloyce & Smith, 2009).