Sport Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA) global chief executive officer Emanuel Macedo de Medeiros’s appointment to the B20 Brazil and the European Commission will further expand SIGA’s influence in promoting integrity and transparency in sports.
Former Brazilian Olympics Ethics Commission president Alberto Murray says sports entities do not have consistent anti-corruption control measures in place. The lawyer calls for a united front to tackle graft and infiltration by criminal elements.
European Rugby League is first to be independently certified, as Sport Integrity Global Alliance CEO Emanuel Macedo de Medeiros challenges more sports bodies to put their administrative practices to the test.
Sport Integrity Global Alliance and its global media partners recognise the significant role that sports can play in today’s society and the global economy – only if governed by, and operating under the highest standards of integrity, and free from corruption and other threats.
Twentytwo13 is now Sport Integrity Global Alliance’s permanent media partner, pushing for integrity in sports. It is the first media organisation in Southeast Asia to be part of the world’s largest coalition in the field of sport governance and integrity.
Thoughtless adults could do well to learn about integrity from some youngsters who act responsibly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A humbling lesson on good governance from house manager Kakak Siti.