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The China Anti-Doping Agency and Japan Anti-Doping Agency Sign a Memorandum of Understanding to Promote Clean Sport

2018-11-21 14:00:00

The China Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA) and the Japan Anti-Doping Agency (JADA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 17 November 2018. This MOU sets out a number of objectives to protect clean athletes and sport and is particularly relevant in the context of hosting major sporting events. The agreement was jointly signed by CHINADA Executive Director-General, Chen Zhiyu and the Chair of JADA, Professor Hidenori Suzuki and will see expertise and information shared in a structured way.
CHINADA and JADA have agreed to cooperate on a number of goals relating to the delivery of an anti-doping programme in the run-up to the 2020 Tokyo and 2022 Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Areas of interest and collaboration covered by the agreement include:

● Sharing best practice regarding anti-doping policy development and implementation, including but not limited to doping control capacity building for the Olympic and Paralympic Games

● Promotion and ongoing development of anti-doping education initiatives in line with existing WADA education programmes

● Aligning stakeholder and media strategies, including the use of social networking sites

● Collaboration on research initiatives


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