The educational platform is a useful tool to enhance the knowledge and skills of sports professionals in identifying and preventing violence against children, as well as in promoting a safe and child-friendly environment in sports and leisure activities.
The aim of the present Guidelines is to enable readers to create multi-agency networks with key stakeholders to foster cooperation in the field on child safeguarding.
The present tool provides guidance on how sports organisations can improve and/or develop child safeguarding practices and policies.
This report provides a comparative analysis of Child Protection Policies implemented by sports and leisure organizations in Greece, Italy, Portugal and Cyprus.
This document contain policy recommendations as a result of the work conducted by the sCAN partners during two years of the project.
Pilot Toolkit for Replacing Approaches to Ending FGM in the EU: Implementing Behaviour Change with Practising Communities
Pilot Toolkit for Replacing Approaches to Ending FGM in the EU: Implementing Behaviour Change with Practising Communities This pilot toolkit is based on work undertaken with Somali and Sudanese communities residing in the Netherlands and the UK. The research was...