Sport NZ has launched a nationwide public consultation on a review into sport integrity, calling on anyone involved in sport to share their thoughts on a range of integrity issues through an online survey that will be open for the next six weeks. The review is being conducted over two phases: the first will assess the current environment, identify priority areas where existing policies and protections may be insufficient, and gather evidence to support future interventions. Phase two will develop solutions to problems within these priority areas.
Sport NZ would like your help with phase one. Given the very broad nature of the issues covered, they are inviting submissions from anyone with an interest in any of the review topics. Your input would be invaluable to help them draw a full picture of the current sport integrity landscape in New Zealand. Sport NZ believes it is important to get a good range of submissions, from elite to grassroots. Therefore, it would also be helpful if you could encourage your networks to make a submission, and ask them to encourage people in their networks to submit.
There are three ways you can submit:
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