Women and Sport: the Change Makers website recently launched. The website marks the life and work of Celia Brackenridge OBE, sportswoman, scholar and activist.
This free webinar explores how and why young people can become radicalised and how professionals in the sport sector can identify a victim of radicalisation and respond.
The NSPCC is calling on Government to act quickly to close 2 legal loopholes that leave the door open for children to be targeted in sport and beyond.
Wesport is working alongside six other County Sports Partnerships to co-ordinate Time to Listen training dates across the South West of England.
Nicola Dean, safeguarding adults in sport manager at the Ann Craft Trust (ACT), tells us more about the organisation and a little bit about her work in safeguarding adults in sport.
The Turning Tides Project is piloting accessible coaching qualifications based on Sportscoach UK's 'Safeguarding and protecting children' course.
The Rugby Football League (RFL) has recently launched its ‘Listening Club’ initiative to advance the dialogue between clubs and young people.
The NSPCC recently launched an updated version of their popular Keeping children safe online course. The course will help learners gain the skills they need to keep children safe online.
On 31 October 2016, UK Sport and Sport England published a new Code for Sports Governance. Its policies and processes cover the crucial safeguarding elements needed for a well-run organisation.
CPSU reports on the youth consultation day held by IRFU on 12 November, where over 80 young rugby players gathered to share their thoughts on the sport.
We have all the information and safeguarding tools you need to help you keep children safe in sport and manage allegations of abuse.
Dedicated helpline, launched with support of the FA as more footballers speak up about sexual abuse in the game, receives 860 calls in its first week.