This resource will help you to meet the safeguarding responsibilities for your event and to promote the wellbeing of all the young participants, volunteers and officials.
Is your organisation doing everything it could be to keep children and young people safe in sport? This online self-assessment tool will help you find out.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has produced two educational toolkits on the issues of sexual harassment and abuse, and healthy body image in sport.
A tool to help you ensure that safeguarding standards are maintained and good practice embedded at all levels.
The Scottish Standards for Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport supports organisations to create a culture of safeguarding and protecting children.
Standards providing a framework for everyone involved in sport to help them create a safe sporting environment for children and young people and protect them from harm.
Dr Melanie Lang (Edge Hill University) has produced a video presentation for sports coach UK on challenging coach anxiety of adult-child touch in sport through a children's rights approach.
A video clip featuring two professionals commenting on a scenario featuring Anna, a young disabled child, involved in a sports activity. They reflect on the difficulties the coach experienced in including Anna in the activities and offer suggestions about a more positive approach to meeting Anna's needs in this context.
Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games athletes offer advice to sports organisations, clubs and young people involved in sport.
We arranged for a group of disabled young people to meet with GB Wheelchair Basketball player Ade Adepitan. Their discussions of the challenges they've faced should give sports organisations ideas for how to break down barriers and make it easier for young disabled people to get involved in sport.