An independent response from Ali Jawad, Olympic Para-Powerlifter and Global Athlete Start Up member, to the article entitled ‘WADA president ‘welcomes feedback’ from iNADO after call for a separation of powers’.
Interview: Sir Craig Reedie says WADA reforms are the first step in an ongoing process with regards to good governance and independence. Two experts in sports governance and sports law explain why it is difficult to separate legislative, executive and judicial powers in both WADA and CAS.
A new report from US Congress highlights that the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) and USA Gymnastics failed to protect its athletes from sexual abuse. The investigators propose a new bill that challenges the autonomy of sport.
By Sylvia Schenk,Transparency International – Germany
Sports organisations like to see themselves as promoters of social development and high ethical standards. But sport must also actively avoid harm and improve the human rights situation wherever sport is linked to risks and abuses. Sylvia Schenk writes on the higher expectations that sports organisations meet nowadays.