Bermuda Olympic Association Vice-President Brenda Dale will attend a Panel discussions on Women in Sport, combating Doping and Cities' perspectives on hosting the Olympic Games have been included on the provisional programme for the Olympism in Action Forum in Buenos Aires.
The first Olympism in Action Forum, introduced by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is due to take place on October 5th and 6th.
It is expected to bring together around 2,000 individuals, including Olympic Movement representatives, business executives, political leaders and civil society members, before the Summer Youth Olympic Games in Argentina's capital city.
The Forum is aimed at fostering an open exchange of innovative ideas while addressing the most relevant topics related to sport and society.
A provisional schedule for the event has listed several of the topics set to be discussed, with the subjects seen as directly linking to recent IOC reforms.
The Forum is provisionally set to begin with an interview on the "Power of the Olympic Truce", with a focus being placed on Pyeongchang 2018.
It is due to be followed by panel discussions titled "Women in Sport" and "Combating Doping in Sport: A Battle Worth Fighting".
"Hosting the Olympic Games: City Perspectives" and "Integrity of Institutions: Combating Corruption in Sport" are also set to be panel discussions on the opening day.