Top speakers confirmed for web symposium on anti-doping governance
Among the experts discussing anti-doping governance on 18-19 May are Richard H. McLaren (right), sports lawyer and investigator, and David Howman, former Director General of WADA. Photo: Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game
03.05.2021By Play the Game
During the past years' intense international debate, the importance of good governance in anti-doping organisations has often been highlighted.
In order to shed new light on the realities of anti-doping, Play the Game has partnered up with athlete groups, anti-doping agencies, and academic researchers to carry out a project entitled ‘National Anti-Doping Governance Observer: Benchmarking Governance in NADOs (NADGO)’ with support from the European Union’s Erasmus+-programme.
The project aims at assisting and inspiring NADOs to raise the quality of their governance and promote independent practices free from conflicts of interests.
After more than two years of research and cooperation, the results of the NADGO project are now ready to be presented and discussed at an online symposium organised by NADA Germany, iNADO and Play the Game:
Digital International Symposium on NADO Governance
on 18-19 May 2021 from 2 pm-4:30 pm (CET) each day
Besides the presentation of the outcomes of the research project the symposium will feature a number of well-known speakers from the world of anti-doping. Among those are David Howman, former Director General of WADA, who will talk about independence in anti-doping. Adam Pengilly, chair of WADA’s working group on athlete representation, will discuss the role of athletes in governance structures with other notable athletes.
The prominent sports lawyer Richard McLaren, known for his role in investigating the Russian-international doping scandal, will discuss WADA’s governance reform. He will be joined by Akaash Maharaj, previous member of WADA’s Governance Reform Group, and iNADO Chair Michael Ask.
Participation is free. You can register using the following links:
To participate in this digital conference:
- Register by using the link above until 17 May 2021
- After registration you will receive an automatic confirmation email with a link to the digital conference and more information about attendance
- Please connect a few minutes before the digital conference starts.
If you have any questions or problems with the registration, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org