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TI ICC Governance Submission

The nature of cricket and corruption have both changed in the past decade.  Transparency International (TI) welcomes the launch of ICC’s Governance Review, as it is a timely opportunity to review the corruption risks facing the game of cricket, and strengthen the game’s institutional response.

TI believes that: 
•Urgent action is needed to understand and address the changing nature of the corruption risks that face the game of cricket in the 21st century;
•The ICC needs to widen the focus of its response to encompass the larger corruption challenges facing the game;
•This will require the ICC  to take more responsibility for standard-setting applicable to the cricket boards of member countries;
•The ICC itself needs to be more accountable and transparent;
•The ICC should seek to follow international best practice in the sphere of governance, including transparency and anti-corruption measures.  This best practice may be found in other sporting bodies, governments, non-profit organisations or resources-resources-business. 
TI makes 20 specific recommendations, to be found below in Section 10.  TI would welcome the ICC’s response to these recommendations and a dialogue on how they might be taken forward.  


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  • Report published: May 2012

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