Library

In our library you will find sources of information related to child safeguarding in sports, and more specifically in European football, developed by UEFA and experts, its member associations and other stakeholders. These include a variety of resources and materials such as guides, policies, toolkits, research reports, etc.

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NSPCC
The NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) has launched a series of podcasts to share safeguarding guidance and best practice. The first 2 episodes have been released as part of Parents in Sport Week 2018, featuring sports parents and…
NSPCC
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (UK) has developed sample codes of conduct that can be downloaded, printed and used.
NSPCC
These Standards provide a framework for all those involved in sport to help them create a safe sporting environment for children and young people and protect them from harm. The Standards for safeguarding and protecting children in sport (PDF) also…
UNICEF
UNICEF has published a step-by-step guidance for businesses on how to set up their onw, internal child safeguarding policies, in order to ensure the safety and rights of children that come into contact wiht the organisation or its products and…
Council of Europe
Sexual abuse happens in sport too. It is hard for children to talk. Video clip to call public authorities and the sport movement to give children a voice and stop child sexual abuse in sport. Produced by the Council of Europe with the support of the…
Council of Europe
Sexual abuse happens in sport too. It is hard for children to talk. Video clip to call public authorities and the sport movement to give children a voice and stop child sexual abuse in sport. Produced by the Council of Europe with the support of the…
English Football Association
A collection of documents that constitute the FA safeguarding policies and procedures, including: Affiliated Football's Safeguarding Policy and Procedures Grassroots Safeguarding Children Policy and Procedures Template - Clun Safeguarding…
Council of Europe
"Start to talk” is a Council of Europe call for action to public authorities and the sport movement to stop child sexual abuse. By joining this call, governments, sport clubs, associations and federations, as well as athletes and coaches, pledge to…
Council of Europe
The Council of Europe Standing Committee on Spectator Violence (the standing committee) believes that a multi-year policy strategy is needed to set out a coherent roadmap for the mid-term. The standing committee decided to assess the implementation…
Council of Europe
This training kit provides information and training content to help those in positions of influence in the field of sport to prevent and react to situations of potential sexual violence in sport. It aims to help trainers / instructors, sport…