Article Comparison - International Convention against Doping in Sport
1. Besides those set forth in other provisions of this Convention, the functions of the Conference of Parties shall be to:
(a) promote the purpose of this Convention;
(b) discuss the relationship with the World Anti-Doping Agency and study the mechanisms of funding of the Agency’s annual core budget. States non-Parties may be invited to the discussion;
(c) adopt a plan for the use of the resources of the Voluntary Fund, in accordance with Article 18;
(d) examine the reports submitted by States Parties in accordance with Article 31;
(e) examine, on an ongoing basis, the monitoring of compliance with this Convention in response to the development of anti-doping systems, in accordance with Article 31. Any monitoring mechanism or measure that goes beyond Article 31 shall be funded through the Voluntary Fund established under Article 17;
(f) examine draft amendments to this Convention for adoption;
(g) examine for approval, in accordance with Article 34 of the Convention, modifications to the Prohibited List and to the Standards for Granting Therapeutic Use Exemptions adopted by the World Anti-Doping Agency;
(h) define and implement cooperation between States Parties and the World Anti-Doping Agency within the framework of this Convention;
(i) request a report from the World Anti-Doping Agency on the implementation of the Code to each of its sessions for examination.
2. The Conference of Parties, in fulfilling its functions, may cooperate with other intergovernmental bodies.