August 26 – More than 50 speakers have now been lined up for The Sport Integrity Week that will be held virtually September 13 to 17.
Hosted by SIGA (the Sports Integrity Global Alliance), the focus is on “promoting the implementation of the highest integrity standards at all levels and across all areas of Sport,” said SIGA.
The aim is tackle the most critical challenges facing Sport and the wider industry and to promote best practice as well as encourage “global approaches and action-oriented solutions.”
This is the second edition of the Sport Integrity Week that comprises live interactive panel discussions and will host a series of interviews and keynotes.
The week has been themed into five days:
Day 1: Sports governance, anti-corruption and international co-operation in sport
Day 2: Financial integrity, transparency and sustainability in sport
Day 3: Sports betting integrity
Day 4: Sport business, media, technology and innovation
Day 5: Youth development and protection in sport
Speakers include LaLiga CEO Javier Tebas, English FA chair of inclusion board Paul Elliott, AS Roma owner Dan Friedkin, Andrea Traverso director financial sustainability and research at UEFA, and Kay Rawlins, club founder Orlando City/Orlando Pride and president of the Orlando City Foundation.
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