An Australian independent panel has made a comprehensive analysis of Australia’s sports integrity arrangements and finds an urgent need for the establishment of a new anti-corruption watchdog in the country.
Analysis: The recent World Cup in football was named “the best ever” by the FIFA President. But from an economic point of view, its legacy is questionable. The investments surpassing 25 billion USD may turn out to be highly disproportionate to the benefits. Economist Matthias Fett looks at the numbers.
In a letter to the IAAF President, Human Rights Watch asks the international athletics federation to “urgently revoke” new eligibility regulations. According to the human rights organisation they violate women’s fundamental rights.
During a seminar on good governance in sport, researchers invited national sports federations to discuss differences and similarities with an outset in the benchmarking tool, the National Sports Governance Observer.