Fair Play: strengthening integrity and transparency in cricket

Filed under - Sport

Report published 18 November 2013
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Cricket has a proud tradition as a by-word for fair play. But there is a danger this will be lost if the key problems it faces today – from match-fixing and spot fixing to questionable finances in independent leagues – are not addressed. With this action plan Transparency International focuses on the most obvious and dangerous corruption risks posed by poor governance. It provides a road map of the essential actions that the International Cricket Council (ICC) can take to bring needed changes to cricket, step by step.

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Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Accountability   |   Governance   |   Sport   
Tags - Cricket   |   International Cricket Council   |   Sports governance   |   Action plan   

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