Sports signed up to the National Integrity Framework

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    National Integrity Framework sporting organisations

    National Sporting Organisations (NSO), National Sporting Organisations for People with Disability (NSOD) and other approved Sporting Administration Bodies that have adopted the National Integrity Framework are listed below, along with the date they commenced operating under the Framework. Organisations that are in the process of adopting the Framework are also listed below but noted as ‘In progress’.

    • If your sport has adopted the National Integrity Framework, report all Child Safeguarding and Discrimination matters to Sport Integrity Australia, via our online form, or via the Safe Sport hotline by calling: 1800 161 361
    • All other matters should be reported to your NSO or NSOD.
    • If your sport has not adopted the National Integrity Framework, report all issues to your NSO/NSOD.
    Air Sport Australia Confederation 8 July 2022
    Archery Australia 22 August 2022
    Artistic Swimming Australia 5 November 2021
    Athletics Australia 1 July 2022
    AusCycling 1 July 2022
    Australian Billiards & Snooker Council 15 June 2022
    Australian Calisthenics Federation 1 March 2022
    Australian Dragon Boat Federation 31 August 2022
    Australian Eight Ball Federation 15 July 2022
    Australian Flying Disc Association 1 July 2022
    Australian Handball Federation Limited  22 July 2022
    Australian Ice Racing 1 July 2022
    Australian Jujitsu Federation 27 October 2022
    Australian Karate Federation 2 October 2022
    Australian Kendo Renmei 30 May 2022
    Australian Outrigger Canoe Racing Association 22 October 2022
    Australian Polo Federation 1 January 2022
    Australian Sailing 1 March 2022
    Australian Taekwondo 13 September 2021
    Australian Underwater Federation 26 July 2021
    Australian Waterski and Wakeboard Federation 1 July 2022
    Australian Weightlifting Federation 31 October 2022
    AusTriathlon 4 May 2022
    Badminton Australia 31 March 2022
    Baseball Australia 1 July 2022
    Blind Sports Australia 31 October 2022
    Bobsleigh & Skeleton Australia 30 June 2022
    Bocce Australia 1 July 2022
    Boccia Australia 1 July 2022
    Bowls Australia 15 June 2022
    Boxing Australia 24 October 2022
    CombatAus 1 March 2022
    Croquet Australia 31 March 2022
    Curling Australia

                        30 June 2022

    DanceSport Australia 1 January 2022
    Darts Australia 18 January 2022
    Deaf Sport Australia 21 November 2022
    Disability Sports Australia 13 December 2022
    Disabled Wintersport Australia 17 September 2022
    Diving Australia 15 June 2022
    Dodgeball Australia 31 October 2022
    Equestrian Australia 17 December 2021
    Floorball Australia Limited 20 June 2022
    Gaelic Football & Hurling Association of Australasia 31 March 2022
    Golf Australia 1 July 2022
    Gridiron Australia 1 May 2022
    Gymnastics Australia 4 April 2022
    Hockey Australia

    1 January 2024

    Ice Hockey Australia 4 October 2022
    Ice Skating Australia 15 October 2022
    Judo Australia 1 January 2022
    Kiteboarding Australia 1 January 2024
    Kung Fu Wushu Australia 31 December 2023
    Lacrosse Australia 11 July 2022
    Modern Pentathlon Australia 14 June 2022
    Motorcycling Australia 1 June 2022
    Motorsport Australia 26 October 2022
    Muaythai Australia

    In progress

    National Campdraft Council of Australia 1 July 2022
    National Rifle Association of Australia 1 December 2023
    Olympic Winter Institute of Australia 12 September 2022
    Orienteering Australia 6 July 2022
    Paddle Australia 1 June 2022
    Paralympics Australia 30 June 2022
    Petanque Federation Australia 1 April 2022
    Pistol Australia 1 January 2024
    Polocrosse Australia 28 October 2022
    Pony Club Australia 1 July 2022
    Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia 27 June 2022
    Rowing Australia 1 July 2022
    Shooting Australia 11 March 2022
    Skate Australia 1 May 2022
    Skipping Australia 30 September 2022
    Snow Australia 1 June 2022
    Softball Australia 7 February 2022
    Special Olympics Australia 30 June 2022
    Sport Climbing Australia 13 September 2022
    Sport Inclusion Australia 30 June 2022
    Squash Australia 1 March 2022
    Surfing Australia 1 July 2022
    Swimming Australia 15 June 2022
    Table Tennis Australia

    1 March 2024

    Target Rifle Australia 1 February 2023
    Tenpin Bowling Australia 1 June 2022
    Touch Football Australia 4 July 2022
    Transplant Australia Limited 30 June 2022
    UniSport Australia 1 June 2022
    Volleyball Australia 27 July 2022
    WAKO Australia Ltd (Kickboxing) 1 July 2022
    Water Polo Australia 1 July 2022
    Western Australian Insitute of Sport (WAIS) 1 January 2024
    Wheelchair Rugby Australia 1 November 2023
    Wrestling Australia 25 February 2022


    Ongoing engagement

    Sport Integrity Australia is in discussion with a number of sports about their adoption of the National Integrity Framework. Many of these sports are currently considering the Framework alongside their current arrangements, with the potential view to taking the Framework to their committees and/or boards for endorsement. In some cases, Sport Integrity Australia has formal agreements to manage major integrity threats for sports in the interim period prior to adoption.


    Sport Integrity Policy Standards

    The Sport Integrity Policy Standards (the ‘Standards’) that have been developed by Sport Integrity Australia, are a series of components derived from the National Integrity Framework (NIF).

    These standards have been created to inform the development of integrity frameworks and policies for sporting organisations that choose not to, or are unable to, adopt the NIF.

    The ‘Standards’ consist of mandatory and recommended components, and sport-specific considerations. Sports that wish to comply with the ‘Standards’ must include the mandatory components (either in each individual integrity policy or in a policy that connects them, such as the complaints and disputes policy/procedure), that cover the following integrity threats: 

    • Safeguarding Children and Young People
    • Member Protection 
    • Competition Manipulation and Sport Gambling 
    • Improper Use of Drugs and Medicine
    • Complaint and Dispute Handling

    Sports in compliance with the Standards

    The below NSOs and NSODs, comply with or are in the process of complying with the Sport Integrity Australia Policy ‘Standards’ across all integrity threats, as detailed above. If your sport is on this list, you should report all integrity issues to your NSO/NSOD.

    NSO / NSOD Sport policies assessed as meeting 2022 Standards Sport policies assessed as meeting 2023 Standards
    Australian Fencing Federation  

    In progress

    Australian Football League (AFL)  

    In progress 

    Australian Rugby League Commission / National Rugby League (NRL)  

    In progress 

    Basketball Australia Checkmark with solid fill

    In progress

    Cricket Australia  

    In progress

    Football Australia  

    In progress

    Netball Australia Checkmark with solid fill

    In progress

    Rugby Australia Checkmark with solid fill

    In progress

    Surf Life Saving Australia Checkmark with solid fill Checkmark with solid fill
    Tennis Australia Checkmark with solid fill Checkmark with solid fill