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Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport

The Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport (CABOS) is an independent body providing advice on sport policy issues, particularly as it relates to Sport for Development and Peace (SDP), and protecting the integrity of sport. CABOS reports to the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meetings and, through the Commonwealth Secretariat, to member governments and key stakeholders.

A key component of CABOS' role is to advise on sport integrity issues.

Read: Policy Guidance to Commonwealth Governments on Protecting the Integrity of Sport
Download: Policy Templates: Against the Manipulation of Sports Competitions

View current membership of CABOS

2018 Annual CABOS meeting

The 2018 annual CABOS meeting was held between 12-14 September 2018 at Marlborough House, London.

Chair’s Statement from 2018 annual meeting

Secretary-General Patricia Scotland and the Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport

2017 Annual CABOS meeting

The 2017 annual CABOS meeting was held between 11-13 October 2017 on the Gold Coast - the location of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Advisory Body on Sport to address key policy issues ahead of Commonwealth Games

Advisory Body sets out steps to quantify the role of sport in advancing sustainable development

Chair’s Statement from 2017 annual meeting