In keeping with the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) strategic priorities to ensure transparency, integrity and good governance at every level, the Federation has announced the formation of its new Ethics Commission with the first three members appointed.
Following on from the adoption of a comprehensive Code of Ethics and Conduct, the CGF Ethics Commission is a completely independent body tasked with maintaining the highest standards of probity throughout the Commonwealth Sport Movement.
The Commission will be Chaired by Brian Speers of Northern Ireland with Canada’s Dr Frank Fowlie named as Deputy Chair and INF’s Vice President Sue Taylor AM who has been appointed as an independent member.
CGF President Dame Louise Martin DBE said: “I am delighted we have been able to appoint three individuals of such gravitas to lead our new Ethics Commission.
They will provide exceptional leadership as the Commission takes on a vital role to uphold the organisation’s commitment to integrity, governance and transparency.
On behalf of the CGF Executive Board, I congratulate Brian, Frank and Sue on their appointments.”
CGF Ethics Commission Independent Member Sue Taylor AM said: “I am fortunate to have worked as part of the Commonwealth Sport Movement for many years so I am absolutely delighted to have been appointed to the CGF Ethics Commission. I look forward to serving in the role alongside my excellent colleagues.”
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