Sport Integrity and Corruption: Best Practice Australian and International Policy & Program Delivery Approaches

Kath Hall, Adam Masters, Catherine Ordway

Research output: Working paper

Abstract

In June 2019, Dr Kath Hall and Dr Adam Masters from the Australian National University, and Dr Catherine Ordway from the University of Canberra, were appointed by the National Integrity of Sport Unit (NISU), The Office for Sport, Department of Health to research and report on best practice Australian and international policies and programs aimed at minimising and responding to integrity and corruption issues in sport. This research was commissioned in the context of, and to build upon, the Report of the Review of Australia’s Sports Integrity Arrangements (Wood Review) (Wood et al., 2018) and Safeguarding the Integrity of Sport – The Government Response to the Wood Review (Department of Health, 2019). This Working Paper is an updated version of the final Report submitted to the Commonwealth Department of Health, National Integrity in Sport Taskforce (NIST) on 3 February 2020. The Report was tabled at the Steering Committee meeting of March 2020, where the Report was considered final and accepted.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherANU E Press
Pages1-78
Number of pages78
Publication statusPublished - 9 Sep 2021

Publication series

NameAustralian National University

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