As the campaign to eliminate doping from football gathers impetus, the 2018 UEFA Anti-Doping Symposium, which takes place in London in November, will focus on current important anti-doping issues.
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The 2017 Macolin Anti-Doping Summit aimed to bring together experts from different backgrounds to encourage debate about the direction of anti-doping regulation.
With this same idea in mind, UEFA has joined forces with the University of Neuchâtel (UNINE) and the World Anti-Doping Code (WADC) Commentary to continue this conversation at the 2018 UEFA Anti-Doping Symposium in London.
The symposium will take place at the Royal Institution of Great Britain on 22-23 November 2018. The event programme includes a great line-up representing the various viewpoints surrounding anti-doping.
Registration is possible here, and we would encourage you to register as early as possible, since space is limited.
UEFA, together with UNINE and the WADC Commentary team, will stay true to the original purpose of the Summit – encouraging frank, in-depth and balanced conversation about the most pressing issues facing anti-doping today, as a means to better shape future anti-doping policy tomorrow. This goal seems all the more important as we find ourselves in the midst of the third major review process for the World Anti-Doping Code.