Monitoring implementation of safeguarding

Self-evaluation form [UEFA]

This form can be used to evaluate progress on implementing safeguarding procedures and processes. It is not an audit and should ideally be completed by the child safeguarding focal point, together with other club/organisation staff members. The form can be used in the development of an action plan to improve safeguarding practices and monitor progress.

 The self-evaluation form is part of the Child safeguarding toolkit for UEFA member associations

International Safeguards for Children in Sport

This document details eight safeguards that should be put in place by any organisation providing sports activities to children and young people. Reflecting international legal and child protection standards and good practice, these Safeguards have been informed by research conducted by Brunel University with a diverse range of perspectives from different countries and have been piloted by organisations all over the world.

The eight safeguards are: