iNADO promotes clean sports
iNADO (the Institute for National Anti-Doping Organisations) was established in 2012. The headquarters of the institute are located in Germany. The number of members of the institute varies, but there are approximately 70 anti-doping organisations as its members.
A common voice for national and regional anti-doping organisations is provided by iNADO, the international cooperation group for national anti-doping organisations and their personnel. It aims to contribute to the development of equality in anti-doping activities by arranging training, education and seminars and exchanging information about activities in the field.
Accomplishing the goals of cooperation
iNADO allows national and regional anti-doping organisations to speak with a common voice on behalf of clean sports and its best practices.
Through iNADO, national and regional anti-doping organisations can strongly influence the decision-making of WADA, for example. National anti-doping organisations have no official standing in WADA’s decision-making. However, they are responsible for the majority of anti-doping activities. iNADO supports its member organisations by providing training and providing information about current anti-doping issues, such as legislation, provisions, doping control and training and education. Finland has a representative in the iNADO Board.