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.
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.
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.
Listening to and engaging with children and young people participating in your club or activity can have positive benefits for your club.
Download a free NSPCC poster that's especially designed for sports clubs and leisure centres to highlight how you can contact the NSPCC helpline if you have concerns.
This template should accompany your safeguarding policy and be used to address areas in need of development and build upon strengths.
These 3 CPSU safeguarding reporting-procedure flowcharts provide guidance for organisations on reporting concerns.
These short videos aim to help coaches and sports clubs realise the potential of parental involvement and how to best work with parents.
These short clips for parents look at how they can help young people play and achieve to the best of their ability.
This online tool will help you to ensure that you meet the safeguarding responsibilities for your sports event, from playing in a local park up to representing their country.