The findings of the Australian Crime Commission’s report, Organised Crime and Drugs in Sport, have attracted a lot of public attention in the last week. In response to widespread misunderstandings, subsequent Continue reading
It’s been busy in the aftermath of the Lance Armstrong scandal. I received a request from my College, the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, to explain how Lance Armstrong Continue reading
The Conversation invited me to contribute another piece on the regulation of doping. It presented a great opportunity to team up with Ben Koh, a doctoral researcher at the University Continue reading
My recent article in The Conversation is below, or go straight to the original article. Punishing doping athletes isn’t a long-term solution By Kate Henne, Australian National University There has been much discussion in recent Continue reading
Lots of happenings to kick off the Spring in the southern hemisphere–although most of them take place in North America during the Autumn: Thursday, September 6 in Springbank Room, Crawford Continue reading
On August 1, I am speaking at a public seminar hosted by the State, Society and Governance in Melanesia (SSGM) program at the Australian National University. The seminar considers debates surrounding the sport-for-development Continue reading
The Canberra Times recently published an opinion piece I wrote on the issue of head injuries. Here is the proof of the print version. The text is available online at http://www.canberratimes.com.au/opinion/sports-unspoken-disease-20120510-1yfe8.html#ixzz1uTU0X500.
A recent op-ed by former Black Ferns Captain and Otago Women’s Representative Player Farah Palmer explains the situation further and offers one solution. Canceling the Women’s NPC competition in 2010 Continue reading