Badminton Australia

Integrity Framework & Policies

Sport is an Australian way of life. It brings people together, transcending differences in language, ability, cultures, and beliefs, and provides physical, social, and economic benefits.

Threats to sports integrity include competition manipulation, doping, and behaviours that impact people’s positive experience of sport, such as discrimination or abuse.

Integrity in sport means that athletes, support persons, and fans can participate and celebrate sport, confident in the knowledge that they are part of a safe, ethical, and inclusive environment.

Badminton Australia together with the State and Territory Badminton Organisations, takes integrity seriously. Together with Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) and the National Sports Tribunal (NST), we have established a Badminton Integrity Framework & Policy system to keep badminton participants as safe as possible. 

All our members and participants have an obligation to protect and maintain the integrity of sport, as well as the health and wellbeing of our athletes.

We work closely with Sport Integrity Australia; the federal agency established to prevent and deal with integrity threats in sport. For more information visit the Sport Integrity Australia website.

On this page, you will find our integrity rules as outlined by the National Integrity Framework, education and training resources, information about different topics and instructions on how to lodge a complaint.

Completion of the courses at the links below are compulsory for all participants involved in Badminton Australia activities.

Complete sport integrity courses suitable for your role in badminton here.

Badminton Australia integrity documents for matters handled by Sport Integrity Australia


Badminton Australia integrity documents for matters handled by Badminton Australia

Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) is an Australian Government entity bringing together the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA), the National Integrity of Sport (NISU) and the national integrity programs of Sport Australia. SIA’s focus is on policy development, intelligence, investigations (primarily of doping cases), and education, outreach and capability building.

Suitable For

  • Badminton players and coaches part of Badminton Australia national programs
  • Badminton players and coaches part of State/Territory Programs
  • Players, Coaches and Officials participating in National, State, Association and Club Competitions
  • Badminton players registered with an affiliated badminton club
  • Coaches, officials, committee members, volunteers, contractors or staff member participating in badminton at an affiliated club

To complete courses for you click below:

Badminton Australia / Sport Australia Badminton E-Learning Courses

To access more resources through Sport Integrity Australia please click below:

Sport Integrity Australia Resources

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