Our course helps athletes, coaches, match officials and others in the sport sector understand what match-fixing is, its consequences, how to recognise and avoid risk, and what can be done to stop match-fixers.
Match fixing - guiding principles (brochure and poster)
Printable resources outlining principles to protect athletes and their sports.
Protecting the integrity of sport
Sport is part of who we are as New Zealanders. And we’re pretty good at it. Our participation rates are among the highest in the world and we produce more than our fair share of winners on the world stage.
Sport Integrity Framework: Child Protection
Every child has the right to participate in a sporting environment that is safe and supportive, where they are encouraged to be the best they can be, can enjoy what they are doing and be free from harm. This will increase the chances of instilling a lifelong love of sport and active recreation.
Sport Integrity Framework: Corruption
Corruption has no place in New Zealand society and playing fair off the sports field is just as important as playing fair on it. Corruption in any form has the potential to affect the integrity, growth and development of New Zealand sport.