Dr Kari Fasting is a professor emerita at the Department of Sport and Social Sciences, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences. She is a founding member, and past president, of WomenSport International (WSI) and past president and honorary member of the International Sociology of Sport Association (ISSA). Her research has been concerned with various interests related to “equality and diversity” in sport, with a focus on sport and exercise in the lives of girls and women. She started publishing in the area of sexual harassment and abuse about 25 years ago and is one of the pioneers with respect to prevalence studies on non-accidental violence in sport. She is often an invited speaker at international meetings and conferences. Dr Fasting is an expert consultant in the prevention and safeguarding for the Norwegian Olympic, Paralympic and Confederation of Sports. She has also done research and worked with UNICEF, the Czech Olympic Committee and the Olympic Committee of Zambia. Professor Fasting has provided expert input to the International Olympic Committee’s work on preventing and responding to harassment and abuse since 2006, primarily in relation to the two consensus statements (2007 and 2016), and in developing follow-up training programmes, particularly online learning. Kari Fasting is a member of the Council of Europe Expert Group on Safeguarding Children in Sport, and is a founding member of Safe Sport International (SSI). She was the leading organizer of the SSI’s inaugural global conference in Madrid in 2018.