Videos from online symposium

On 18-19 May 2021, the NADGO project concluded with an online symposium titled 'Governance in anti-doping: How to meet the challenges'.

The sessions from the symposium are now available for streaming below:

18 May

14:00: Welcome and housekeeping matters
Jens Sejer Andersen, international director at Play the Game, Jorge Leyva, CEO of iNADO & Andrea Gotzmann, chairperson at NADA Germany

14:10: NADGO main results: Presentation of the project background, scope, partners, methods – and main findings.

Introduction by Jens Sejer Andersen and presentations by Jürgen Mittag, professor at the German Sport University Cologne, Christina Friis Johansen, senior policy advisor at the Danish Institute for Sports Studies, Pawel Zembura, researcher at Warsaw University, Luiz Haas, PhD Candidate at the University of Lisbon, & Lorenz Fiege, master student at the German Sport University Cologne. Moderator: Eva Bunthoff, director of communication and marketing at NADA Germany

15:20: An independent view on the NADGO conclusions on the governance challenges in anti-doping

David Howman, sports lawyer and former WADA Director General, New Zealand

15:35: Does real independence exist in anti-doping – and how can we best achieve it?
Panel with David Howman and the five NADO partners in NADGO. Moderator: Jorge Leyva, CEO of iNADO

19 May

14:00: Welcome and housekeeping matters
Jens Sejer Andersen

14:05: The role of athletes in anti-doping governance. Observations from NADGO project, best practices, intervention from athlete representatives
Paulina Tomczyk, general secretary of EU Athletes, Adam Pengilly, chair at WADA AC Representation working group, Emma Terho, member of IOC’s AC and WADA AC Representation working group, & Maximilian Klein, Athleten Deutschland. Moderator: Rob Koehler, director general of Global Athlete

15:00: WADA governance: looking backward, going forward
Edith Drieskens, Associate Professor at KU Leuven

15:10 WADA governance reforms – where do we stand and where can we go?
Richard McLaren, co-Founder and CEO of McLaren Global Sports Solutions, Akaash Maharaj, CEO and previous member of WADA’s Governance Reform Group, Michael Ask, chair of iNADO & Edith Drieskens, associate professor at KU Leuven. Moderator: Jens Sejer Andersen 

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