Tag Archives: Brazil

How to Investigate Sports Corruption without upsetting the Senior Executives

Lets judge them using their own words. Today, (October 7) the Qatari-sponsored International Centre for Sports Security (ICSS) prepares to officially launch another alphabet soup of an organisation – the Sports Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA) or possibly they will announce a shift in their own organization’s deck chairs while attempting to convince the sports world … Continue reading How to Investigate Sports Corruption without upsetting the Senior Executives

Rio Olympics: Why They Should be Postponed or Moved

A brilliant piece of public health analysis by Amir Attaran in last month’s Harvard Public Health Review .  This is the source research that 150 other medical experts agreed with and sent a letter to the World Health Organization (WHO) asking that the Rio de Janeiro Olympics be postponed, moved or canceled.  Read Attaran’s words … Continue reading Rio Olympics: Why They Should be Postponed or Moved