Over the last few years, the CGF has dedicated its strategic planning to strengthen the Movement’s Governance and Integrity Framework

In 2021 CGF published its Code of Ethics and Conduct and developed associated integrity framework policies and procedures ahead of the Birmingham Commonwealth Games

Between 2020-2022 CGF established NGO and advocacy partnerships linked to realising Commonwealth Sport’s vision on issues impacting integrity (e.g. ethics, match fixing, anti-corruption), sustainability (e.g. equality, inclusion, climate change, education) and human rights (e.g. safeguarding, treatment of labour, ethical sourcing, anti-discrimination).

In addition, ahead of B2022, CGF empowered its athletes to be advocates for integrity, encouraging them to uphold and cherish the principle of the level playing field and connect people across the world through a shared passion for sport and a sense of common purpose.