WHAT IS THIS WEBINAR?

This Webinar is a free online event managed by Play by the Rules. It is part of the Safeguarding the Integrity of Sport initiative that started earlier this year with a series of national forums addressing issues of doping, match-fixing and the use of supplements in sport at a grassroots and sub-elite level.

In the forums the issues were addressed using an Ethical Decision Making Framework. In this first webinar we will revisit the Ethical Decision Making Framework and discuss various ethical dilemmas around a range of issues that impact on the integrity of sport at a grassroots level.

If you are concerned about safeguarding the integrity of sport at a grassroots level then this webinar is for you. See the FAQ section below for more details about the webinar. 

Panelists

Engage with industry thought leaders who will help you address issues that impact on the integrity of sport.

PETER DOWNS

HOST

Manager -
Play by the Rules

Dr PAUL OLIVER

Director

Oliver & Thompson Consultancy

BRONWYN FAGAN

Director - Legal Services

Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority

JOHN ARMSTRONG

CEO

Pedal Power ACT

Join us on the 7th October at 4.00 pm 

FAQ

How does the webinar work?


The webinar is simply a live online event. All you need is an Internet connection. After you register you will be sent details of how to login on the day and you'll be able to see and hear the presentation on your computer. 

Can I ask questions and interact on the webinar?


You will be able to ask questions and make comments during the webinar via a live 'chat' function. You can also take part in audience polls and receive handouts during the webinar. 

Who is the webinar most suitable for?


The webinar is geared toward people who work or volunteer at a grassroots or sub-elite level. If you care about protecting the integrity of sport then this should interest you. 

Who is behind this webinar?


Play by the Rules is organising the webinar - Play by the Rules is supported by the Australian Sports Commission, the Australian Human Rights Commission, all state and territory departments of sport and recreation and equal opportunity commissions, the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association and the Office of the Children's Guardian. The Safeguarding the Integrity of Sport initiative is further supported by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority and the National Integrity of Sport Unit.  

Is this a one-off event? 


No - certainly not. This is the first in a series of webinars around Safeguarding the Integrity of Sport. When you register you will also be notified and get first chance to join future webinars in this series. 

Who can I contact if I have more questions?


Please contact manager@playbytherules.net.au if you have any questions about this webinar.