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Since February 2014 Sasa Ceraj, Prof. PhD in Humanities and Social Sciences and MA in Kinesiology, is the new manager of the Croatian Olympic Academy. This decision was brought by the five-member Administrative Council, led by Franjo Prot, university professor and member of the COC Council at the session held on February 13th, 2014, in accordance with the tender announced in January 2014, Sasa Ceraj worked as a Consultant for top sports and Representative of the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Council of Europe, as Head of International Cooperation and EU Programs Department at Zagreb Sports Association and finally, since 2012, at the Croatian Olympic Academy as Head of the International Cooperation on projects for promotion of Olympism and Olympic family communication. He is the author of numerous expert and scientific works on the organization of international sports institutions, history of Croatian and international Olympism. He is a member of the Commission for Information and Publishing and Editorial board and he is also a regular external associate of the COC magazine Olimp. Croatian Olympic Academy was founded by the Croatian Olympic Committee in 1996 and in 2003 it was registered as a non-profit public institution in charge of education in the field of sports and Olympism and promotion of its fundamental principles. The Academy is operating in accordance with program guidelines set by the COC and the International Olympic Academy (IOA).

Since February 2014 Sasa Ceraj, Prof. PhD in Humanities and Social
Sciences and MA in Kinesiology, is the new manager of the Croatian
Olympic Academy. This decision was brought by the five-member
Administrative Council, led by Franjo Prot, university professor and
member of the COC Council at the session held on February 13th, 2014, in
accordance with the tender announced in January 2014,
Sasa Ceraj worked as a Consultant for top sports and Representative of
the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Council of Europe,
as Head of International Cooperation and EU Programs Department
at Zagreb Sports Association and finally, since 2012, at the Croatian
Olympic Academy as Head of the International Cooperation on projects for
promotion of Olympism and Olympic family communication.
He is the author of numerous expert and scientific works on the
organization of international sports institutions, history of Croatian
and international Olympism. He is a member of the Commission for
Information and Publishing and Editorial board and he is also a regular
external associate of the COC magazine Olimp.
Croatian Olympic Academy was founded by the Croatian Olympic
Committee in 1996 and in 2003 it was registered as a non-profit public
institution in charge of education in the field of sports and Olympism and
promotion of its fundamental principles. The Academy is operating in
accordance with program guidelines set by the COC and the International
Olympic Academy (IOA).