Policies & By-Laws


BA General By-Laws (effective 26 Oct 2013)
By-Law - Appeals Tribunal (Effective 12 December 2016)
BA Awards By-Law (Effective 6 October 2017)
BA Voting By-Law (as amended 11 Dec 2013)
National Integrity Framework (effective 1 July 2017) 

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Anti-Doping Policy (effective January 2015)
BA Blood Policy (effective 23 August 2009)
BA National Team Officials Selection Policy (effective 26 October 2013)
BA Foreign Player & Coach Policy (effective 1 November 2016)
BA Scouting and Recruiting Policy (effective 23 August 2009)
Ba Travel Policy (Effective 12 December 2016)
BA Leave Policy (Effective 1 July 2016)
BA Athlete & Coach (BA National Teams) Pregnancy & Parental Management Policy
BA Data Breach Plan (Effective 11 August 2018)
BA Privacy Policy (effective 29 May 2014)
BA Communications and Public Announcements Policy (effective 1 October 2012)
BA Code of Conduct and Ethics
BA Media Accreditation Policy (Effective 7 November 2016)
Operating Reserves Policy (Effective 14 March 2015)
Expenditure & Fixed Assets Policy (Effective 14 March 2015)

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Olympic Nomination Criteria

Women's Basketball Nomination Criteria
Men's Basketball Nomination Criteria

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Guidelines for Safe Installation of Basketball Rings (effective 23 Aug 2009)
BA National Tribunal Guidelines (effective 1 October 2012)
BA Concussion Guidelines (effective 19 September 2018)
BA Pregnancy Guidelines

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Key Documents

Board Charter
Board Calendar
BA Constitution (Effective October 2018)
Strategic Plan
Annual Report
BA Board Director Profile
BA Board Skills Matrix
Nomination Form
High Performance Alignment

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Basketball Australia condemns doping as fundamentally contrary to the spirit of sport. The purpose of BA's Anti Doping Policy is to protect Athletes' fundamental right to participate in doping-free sport and to ensure harmonised, coordinated and effective anti-doping programs at the international and national level with regard to detection, deterrence and prevention of doping.

BA Anti-Doping Policy
Anti-Doping ASADA E-Learning 
BA Memo on WADA Prohibited list
Therapeutic Use Exemptions

New ASDMAC Fact Sheets -

TUEs for Athlete Types

For further information or inquiries please contact the Australian Sports Drug Medical Advisory Committee (ASDMAC) on 02 6222 4232 or visit the ASDMAC website by clicking HERE.

National Registration Database -

Participant Terms & Conditions

Administrator Terms & Conditions

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