TUGAS DAN FUNGSI KOI

  • UU No 3 tahun 2005 pasal 44 dan pasal 50
  • Olympic Charter peraturan no 27 & 28 pasal 2 ayat 1, 2 & 3
  • AD / ART KOI
  1. KEIKUTSERTAAN INDONESIA PADA MULTI EVEN INTERNASIONAL DILAKSANAKAN OLEH KOMITE OLIMPIADE INDONESIA SEBAGAIMANA TELAH DIAKUI OLEH IOC
  2. 1. PENGAJUAN INDONESIA SEBAGAI CALON TUAN  RUMAH PENYELENGGARA PEKAN OLAHRAGA  INTERNASIONAL DIUSULKAN OLEH KOMITE  OLIMPIADE INDONESIA SETELAH MENDAPATKAN  PERSETUJUAN DARI PEMERINTAH
    2. PEMERINTAH BERTANGGUNGJAWAB TERHADAP PENYELENGGARAAN   PEKAN OLAHRAGA  INTERNASIONAL YANG DILAKSANAKAN DI INDONESIA
    3. PENYELENGARAAN PEKAN OLAHRAGA  INTERNASIONAL   SEBAGAIMANA DIMAKSUD PADA  AYAT (1) DITUGASKAN   PELAKSANAANYA KEPADA  KOMITE OLIMPIADE INDONESIA

    Sebagaimana diatur dalam anggaran dasar Komite Olimpiade Indonesia, BAB I Umum, pasal 6 & pasal 7
    Tentang Tugas dan Fungsi KOI, sebagai berikut:

    Pasal 6 tentang Fungsi KOI :

    1. KOI meningkatkan dan mempromosikan pemahaman terhadap prinsip dan nilai luhur Olympism dan Gerakan Olimpiade di Indonesia, utamanya dibidang Olahraga dan pendidikan
    2. Menjaga dan menjamin ditaatinya setiap ketentuan Piagam Olimpiade Indonesia
    3. Mendorong pengembangan Olahraga Prestasi dan Olahraga Pendidikan
    4. Mendorong diselenggarakannya pendidikan pengelolaan olahraga dengan menyelenggarakan pendidikan manajemen dan Administrasi Olahraga dan   menjamin materi pendidikan itu mencakup prinsip dan nilai luhur Olympism
    5. Mengupayakan dijatuhkannya tindakan terhadap diskriminasi     dan kekerasan di   dalam setiap segi kegiatan Olahraga

    Pasal 7 tentang Tugas KOI :

    1. Penyelanggara Kegiatan Olah Raga multi event tingkat     Internasional,   Kontinental dan Regional yang  diselenggarakan oleh IOC, OCA dan SEAGF,   serta setiap       Organisasi Keolahragaan lainnya yang berafiliasi kepada IOC, OCA  dan SEAGF
    2. Mempersiapkan, mengkoordinasikan dan bertanggung jawab atas   keikutsertaan, kontingen Indonesia pada setiap kegiatan olahraga multi event   tingkat Internasional, Kontinental dan Regional yang diselenggarakan oleh IOC, OCA dan  SEAGF, dan setiap Organisasi keolahragaan lainnya yang  berafiliasi kepada IOC, OCA dan SEAGF
    3. Mempersiapkan dan menyelenggarakan Kongres setiap 4 (empat) tahun dan RA (Rapat Anggota) setiap tahun.
    4. Mempersiapkan dan menyelenggarakan Olympic Day atau         Olympic Week   setiap tahun, dengan tujuan untuk mempromosikan Gerakan Olimpiade, dimana   kegiatan ini juga       mencakup kegiatan promosi Kebudayaan dan Kesenian yang  mempunyai nilai Olahraga dan Olympism
    5. Mengupayakan diperolehnya sumber dana berlandaskan     prinsip Olympism   untuk menunjang dan membiayai setiap kegiatan.

PROPERTY RIGHT OF IOC

  • Olyimpic Charter , Chapter 1 No.7 – 14
    7. Rights over the Olympic Games and Olympic properties*

  1. As leader of the Olympic Movement, the IOC is responsible for enhancing the    values of the Olympic Movement and for providing material support in the efforts to organise and disseminate the Olympic Games, and supporting the IFs, NOCs and athletes in their preparations for the Olympic Games. The IOC is the owner of all rights in and to the Olympic Games and Olympic properties described in this Rule, which rights have the potential to generate revenues for such purposes. It is in the best interests of the Olympic Movement and its constituents which benefit from such revenues that all  such rights and Olympic properties be afforded the greatest possible protection by all concerned and that the use thereof be approved by the IOC.
  2. The Olympic Games are the exclusive property of the IOC which  owns all     rights relating thereto, in particular, and without limitation, all rights relating to     (i) the organisation, exploitation and marketing of the Olympic Games, (ii)     authorizing the capture of still and moving images of the Olympic Games for     use by the media, (iii) registration of audio-visual recordings of the Olympic     Games, and (iv) the broadcasting, transmission, retransmission, reproduction,     display, dissemination, making available or otherwise communicating to the     public, by any means now known or to be developed in the future, works or     signals embodying audio-visual registrations or recordings of the Olympic     Games.
  3. The IOC shall determine the conditions of access to and the conditions of any     use of data relating to the Olympic Games and to the competitions and sports     performances of the Olympic Games.
  4. The Olympic symbol, flag, motto, anthem, identifications (including but not limited to “Olympic Games” and “Games of the Olympiad”), designations, emblems, flame and torches, as defined in Rules 8-14 below, and any other musical works, audio-visual works or other creative works or artefacts commissioned in connection with the Olympic Games by the IOC, the NOCs and/or the OCOGs, may, for convenience, be collectively or individually referred to as “Olympic properties”. All rights to the Olympic properties, as well as all rights to the use thereof, belong exclusively to the IOC, including but   not limited to the use for any profit-making, commercial or advertising purposes. The IOC may license all or part of its rights on terms and conditions set forth by the IOC Executive Board.

8. Rights over the Olympic Games and Olympic properties*

The Olympic symbol consists of five interlaced rings of equal dimensions (the Olympic rings), used alone, in one or in five different colours. When used in its five-colour version, these colours shall be, from left to right, blue, yellow, black, green and red. The rings are interlaced from left to right; the blue, black and red rings are situated at the top, the yellow and green rings at the bottom in accordance  with  the  following  graphic reproduction. The Olympic symbol expresses the activity of the Olympic Movement and represents the union of the five continents and the meeting of athletes from throughout the world at the Olympic Games.

9.The Olympic flag*

The Olympic flag has a white background, with no border. The Olympic symbol in its five colours is located in its centre.

10.The Olympic motto*

The Olympic motto “Citius – Altius – Fortius” expresses the aspirations of the Olympic Movement.

11. Olympic emblems*

An Olympic emblem is an integrated design associating the Olympic rings with another distinctive element.

12.The Olympic anthem*

The Olympic anthem is the musical work entitled “Olympic anthem”, composed by Spiro Samara.

13.The Olympic flame, Olympic torches*

  1. The Olympic flame is the flame which is kindled in Olympia under the authority of the IOC. 
  2. An Olympic torch is a portable torch, or a replica thereof, as approved by the IOC and intended for combustion of the Olympic flame.

14.Olympic designations*

An Olympic designation is any visual or audio representation of any association, connection or other link with the Olympic Games, the Olympic Movement, or any constituent thereof.


Bye-law to Rules 7-14

  1. Legal protection:

1.1 The IOC may take all appropriate steps to obtain the legal protection for itself, on both a national and international basis, of the rights over the Olympic Games and over any Olympic property.

1.2 Each NOC is responsible to the IOC for the observance, in its country, of Rules 7-14 and BLR 7-14. It shall take steps to prohibit any use of any Olympic properties which would be contrary to such Rules or their Bye-laws. It shall also endeavour to obtain, for the benefit of the IOC, protection of the Olympic properties of the IOC.

1.3 Where a national law or a trademark registration or other form of legal instrument grants legal protection to an NOC for the Olympic symbol or any other Olympic property, such NOC may only use the ensuing rights in compliance with the Olympic Charter and with instructions received from the IOC.

1.4 An NOC may at any time call upon the IOC for its assistance in obtaining legal protection for any Olympic property and for the settlement of any dispute which may arise with third parties in such matters.

1.5 The IOC may at any time call upon an NOC for its assistance in obtaining legal protection for any Olympic property and for the settlement of any dispute which may arise with third parties in such matters.

  1. Use of the Olympic symbol, flag, motto and anthem:

3.1 Subject to paragraph 2.2 of this Bye-law, the IOC may  use the Olympic symbol,flag, motto and anthem at its discretion

3.2 The NOCs may only use the Olympic symbol, flag, motto and anthem within the framework of their non-profit-making activities, provided such use contributes to the development of   the Olympic Movement and does not detract from its dignity, and provided the NOCs concerned  have obtained the prior approval of the IOC Executive Board.

 

PERATURAN PEMERINTAH REPUBLIK INDONESIA
NOMOR  43  TAHUN 2011
TENTANG 

BAB  II
TATA CARA PENGAJUAN NAMA PERSEROAN
TATA CARA PENGAJUAN  DAN PEMAKAIAN NAMA PERSEROAN TERBATAS

Pasal 5

1.d. Tidak sama atau tidak mirip dengan nama lembaga negara, lembaga pemerintah,
       atau lembaga internasional,kecuali mendapat izin dari lembaga yang bersangkutan