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I Trust Sport contributes to ASOIF governance review of International Federations

5 April 2017

I Trust Sport has provided independent consultancy support for a review of governance of the 28 International Federations which are members of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF). I Trust Sport was appointed to review self-assessment questionnaires submitted by the International Federations, to moderate scoring when needed, and to produce analysis for a report which has been published on behalf of the ASOIF Governance Taskforce.[...]

Posted by Rowland Jack on 05.04.2017 in International, I Trust Sport, Sports Governance

Review of "The Edge" by Professor Roger Pielke, Jr / Anti-Doping Policy and Governance

26 January 2017

The LSE Review of Books has published two reviews by I Trust Sport Research Analyst Slobodan Tomic. A new book by Professor Roger Pielke, Jr called "The Edge: The…[...]

Accountability and institutional design in anti-doping

17 January 2017

A new article by Slobodan Tomic, Research Analyst at I Trust Sport, has been published on the LSE European Politics and Policy blog - Doping in world sport:…[...]

"Re-elected unopposed" - limited competition in International Federation presidential elections in 2016

30 November 2016

A new I Trust Sport article has been published by Play the Game about the limited competition in many of the International Federation presidential elections in 2016. There have…[...]

Farewell to the "emperors"?

15 November 2016

This article on the end of the era of the sporting "emperors" was jointly written by I Trust Sport and Impact on Integrity, an international compliance firm based…[...]

I Trust Sport completes independent review of World Squash Federation

10 November 2016

Sports governance consultancy I Trust Sport has completed an independent review of the World Squash Federation. The report of the review, which used a combination of the ASOIF…[...]

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