We consider why LGBT+ young people may be additionally vulnerable to abuse and explore how clubs can include and support them.
This briefing provides guidance on how sports organisations can reduce the risk of suicide in young athletes and provides links to specialist support services.
Start to talk is an international campaign highlighting why children can’t talk about sexual violence in sport and why adults need to take action.
Good-practice guidance from the NHS on heat health. It lists risks and actions to consider when planning sports events.
Guidelines for the retention, storage and destruction of records relating to child welfare concerns or concerns about possible risk posed by employees.
We hear from experts within the Disclosure and Barring Service about the referral process and what this means for sports.
A CPSU webinar in conjunction with the IWF and Marie Collins Foundation, exploring the ways in which sports organisations can promote a new Home Office campaign about the laws on viewing indecent images online.
This publication from Nacro guides National Governing Bodies through the process of making safe and fair membership decisions about those with criminal records.
This guidance advises sports organisations on the types of procedures they should have in place to respond to reports of non-recent historic abuse in sport.
This CPSU webinar explores the ways CSPs can succeed in including and promoting the views of young people within their wider, generally more strategic work.