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In this section we inform about the latest insights, news and updates anti-doping experts should be aware of. Also, events and important announcements of other organisations in anti-doping can be found here.

  • News
  • 30/11/2021

"SEARADO's fundamental values are integrity, excellence and teamwork" - Gobi Nair (SEARADO)

  • News
  • 26/10/2021

"Being iNADO Board Member is part of the Brazilian vision to become a reference and leader in anti-doping affairs"

  • News
  • 25/10/2021

iNADO feedback to the Review of WADA Governance Reforms

iNADO reviewed the second interim report of the Working Group.

  • Press releases
  • 12/10/2021

Announcement of the new Chair and Vice-Chair of iNADO

The Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations e.V. (iNADO) held its quarterly meeting on 12. October and elected a new Chair and Deputy Chair of the Governing Board.

  • News
  • 04/10/2021

Outcomes of the Executive Committee Meeting: Cannabis and Revised Code Compliance Policy

Find out more about the preliminary discussion on the Review of Cannabis.

  • News
  • 04/10/2021

iNADO Project: Overview of 20 years of research funded by WADA and PCC

INADO is presenting the results of a two-month project about social and scientific research on anti-doping funded by WADA and PCC in the last 20 years.

  • Events
  • 29/09/2021
  • 02:00 PM (CEST)

Webinar: Berlinger and BD Push Innovation In Blood Collection With The New MDR

Join us in a webinar with our partner Berlinger to discover the latest generation of blood collection needles from Beckton Dickinson

  • News
  • 28/09/2021

Belgium's Pharma- & Foodcrime Platform: Information Sharing and Capacity Building with Jurgen Secember, NADO Flanders

We welcomed to Jurgen Secember from NADO Flanders about collaboration and cooperation in the national landscape of anti-doping.

  • News
  • 27/07/2021

"Just because you can, doesn't mean you should"

A new episode of iNADO Live Chat is available now. In episode 15 we welcome Dr. Catherine Ordway, Assistant Professor at the University of Canberra, Australia and anti-doping expert from the first hour.