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In order to address a gap in the research into promoting positive parental behaviours in youth sport, Brunel University has interviewed a group of young athletes about their perceptions of the subject.
The CPSU commissioned a report in February 2015, 'Summary of child development ages 8-11 years for the purposes of safeguarding children in sport and leisure facilities' from Dr Vicky Lovett from Swansea University.
Although a huge amount of work goes into safeguarding young athletes, children outside of sport are also potentially at risk during major sporting events. Here, Professor Celia Brackenridge talks about research into this issue.
This report, which is part of the UEFA Children's Foundation charity award project, focusses on how young people in sport view ‘help’, and how the NSPCC service Childline can be there for them.
This report, which is part of the UEFA Children's Foundation charity award project, focussed on the worries young people involved in sport might have.
May 2011. The University of Edinburgh/NSPCC Centre for UK-wide Learning in Child Protection (CLiCP) carried out a three year research study of young adults' childhood experiences of emotional harm, body image, self harm, sexual harm and physical harm in organised sport. Three published reports provide a headline summary, a longer overview and the full in-depth research findings.
This NSPCC report compiles and analyses the most robust and up-to-date child protection data that exists across the four nations in the UK for 2020.
This research article reports on the first large-scale prevalence study on interpersonal violence against children in sport in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Research, published by Sport Northern Ireland, supporting the role that sports can play in promoting mental health and wellbeing for athletes and within local communities.