Our Partners

The Oceania Regional Anti-Doping Organization (ORADO) defines ‘Partners’ in Article 2.8 of its Constitution.

Our constitutional definition of ‘Partners’

Article 2 - Definitions

2.8 ‘Partners’ means those persons, bodies or entities identified in Article 15.

In turn, Article 15 states that “the ORADO shall  work  in  a  collaborative  effort  with  strategic  partners,  including but  not  limited  to  the  following” and presents a list of twelve entities.

Our constitutionally mandated Partners

These comprise the International Olympic Committee (IOC); Governments  in  the  Oceania  region; the World Anti-Doping Organisation (WADA); National Olympic Committees (NOCs); National  Sporting  Organisations/Federations  in  all  member  Countries; the Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC); National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs)  in  the  Oceania  region; Athletes; International  Federations; the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); the Pacific  Games  Council (PGC), and the general public.  

Our continuing partnerships foci

To date, our Strategic Foci have centred on WADA, the IOC, ONOC, PGC, the NADOs in Oceania, NOCs in Oceania, and the PGC. By proxy with the PGC and NADOs, our work continues to engage with athletes and the general public.

Our new strategic move to growing our constitutionally mandated partners

Moving forward, and with a suite of strategic programmes, we are developing our constitutionally mandated Partnerships with Governments in the Oceania region and with UNESCO. This is an organisational and programming foci that we are fostering through purposeful programming in Partnerships, Advocacy and Lobby.

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