The Clean Sport Insight Forum will be held in London on the 4th September.
It aims to bring together the international doping-prevention community, social science researchers, athletes and Government representatives to help bridge the gap between policy, practice, and research in the field of doping prevention.
The Clean Sport Insight Forum will share educational practice, highlights from relevant social science research and include athlete views on doping prevention. The agenda will include speakers ranging from athletes, academics, NADOs and ministers, and explore why as a collective much more must be done to prevent doping in sport.
The anti-doping system can do more to put athletes at the heart of its work and to re-balance the system from catching and punishing athletes to helping and protecting them. The sessions will focus on the importance of evidenced-based policy and practice to help our collective prevention efforts. The event ethos will be to promote open and honest dialogue as well as setting a clear path for our 2020 conference which will be held in Slovenia.
Registration for the event can be found HERE.
For more information please contact Dr Ian Boardley: I.D.Boardley@bham.ac.uk