Child safeguarding

Webinar recording: The “step-model” to prevent sexual violence in sport

This is the fifth webinar in a series organised in the framework of the European Union and Council of Europe joint project "Child Safeguarding in Sport (CSiS)".

The webinar was presented by German Sports Youth (German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB)). It took place on Thursday, 4 February 2021, from 10.00 to 12.00 CET. Watch the recording of the webinar below. 

Webinar recording: You are not alone - a model for safeguarding children in sports

This was the third webinar in a series organised in the framework of the European Union and Council of Europe joint project "Child Safeguarding in Sport (CSiS)".

The webinar was presented by Ministry of Education and Culture (Sports Division), Finland. It took place on Tuesday, 26 January 2021, from 10.00 to 12.00 CET. 

Watch below the recording of the webinar.

From Compliance to Culture: strategic safeguarding - conference on 28 September 2021

Following several safeguarding concerns in sport and physical activity, this conference will support senior leaders to create a safe culture

About this event

Sport England, The Football Association and the NSPCC’s Child Protection in Sport Unit would like to invite you to a virtual conference over two days 28th September 2021 1pm-5pm with a networking hour until 6pm and then the following day 10am-1pm 29th September.

The Football Federation of Armenia participates in the UEFA child safeguarding mentoring programme

The Football Federation of Armenia (FFA) is one of the eleven UEFA member associations that were selected to participate in the UEFA child safeguarding mentoring programme. UEFA and Terre des hommes (Tdh) launched the six-month long pilot programme in January 2021, aiming to individually support the national associations in their child safeguarding efforts and strengthen the existing safeguards.

The Romanian Football Federation launches their e-learning platform for the development of sports and safeguarding

The Romanian Football Federation launched this April the National Football Academy (NFA), which aims to become the most significant provider of educational programs in sports in Romania. The Academy plans to build capacity through specialised education and thereby to contribute to the professionalization of sports specialists. In doing so, NFA aims to contribute to the development of sports organizations generally as well supporting the sustainable development of football in Romania.   

Video: Keeping children safe in sports [Terre des hommes]

"Children need us to keep them safe while they do sports" - this is the message of the campaign carried out by Terre des hommes in Romania, within the European project Keeping Children Safe in Sports.

Terre des hommes, together with its partners - the Romanian Football Federation and the Romanian Gymnastics Federation - and with the official support of the National Authority for the Protection of the Rights of the Child and Adoption (Romania) aims to improve the standards on child protection in sport.