Sports integrity functions - what is the future?

Friday, 20 November 2020

With the drive towards increased transparency and international cooperation to fight corruption in sport, our expert panel discuss:

  • the work being undertaken through the International Partnership Against Corruption In Sport (IPACS)
  • how athletes are and should be involved;
  • how whistleblowers are or could be better protected; and
  • how national laws currently assist, or fail to assist, law enforcement and sport organisations combat corruption.

Our speakers: 

  • Louis Weston, Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers
  • Wayne Barnes, Barrister, Fulcrum Chambers & International Rugby Union Referee
  • Ronan O'Laoire, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer at United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
  • Donna Bartley, Senior Associate, Morgan Sports Law

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