Sport Integrity Australia's Head of International Relations, Strategic Policy and Intelligence, Darren Mullaly, attended the International Anti-Doping Arrangement (IADA) meeting in Paris earlier this week on Australia's behalf.
Every year Sport Integrity Australia revises its Anti-Doping Education Plan in accordance with the World Anti-Doping Code International Standard of Education. The plan details our goals, objectives, resources, target audiences, interventions, and key activities for anti-doping education for each financial year. It helps us ensure Australian athletes and sports personnel are getting the best education possible in this space.
Whether you’re involved in sport at the elite level or watching a team of enthusiastic five-year-olds bouncing, passing or kicking a ball in the grassroots environment, it’s possible you might have seen poor sideline behaviour in sport at some stage.
In March 2022 Sport Integrity Australia and Victoria University (VU) ran the first Managing Integrity in Sport course to raise awareness and understanding of integrity threats and to upskill participants in sport integrity management as it relates to the National Integrity Framework (NIF).
Sport Integrity Australia staff were privileged to have had separate visits this week from both the Dutch Minister for Sport, Conny Helder, and the newly-appointed Canadian Minister for Sport and Physical Activity, Carla Qualtrough.