#VOICE Good Practie Guide

Mike Hartill, Kevin Murphy, Sheila Taylor, Meike Schröer, Gitta Axmann, Gloria Viseras, Karen Leach, Colin Harris, Bettina Rulofs

A key outcome of the VOICE Project was to develop a guide for sport organisations of all sizes to assist them in their efforts to prevent sexual abuse and exploitation and, in particular, to assist them in their engagement with those who have been subjected to sexual violence in sport.

For more information about the #VOICE Erasmus+ Project please visit www.voicesfortruthanddignity.eu

#AbuseStaysOffSide

Spanish High Council for Sport and Unicef

The #AbuseStaysOffSide Campaign was developed by Espirales Consultoría de Infancia for the Spanish High Council for Sport in collaboration with Unicef and a group of experts.

The materials are comprised of three Activity Guides aimed at coaches and physical education teachers to work the 10 key messages of the campaign.  These activity guides are aimed at three age groups (3 to 6, 7 to 12 and 13 to 17 year olds).

Additionally, the campaign includes a Guide for Detection of Sexual Abuse in the Context of Sport aimed at professionals and a Guide with Quality Standards to create safe and protective environments for children and young people in the context of sport.

For more information, visit http://www.espiralesci.es/materials-for-the-campaign-child-sexual-abuse-stays-offside-prevention-and-detection-of-child-sexual-abuse-in-sports/

Quality standards

Guide for detection

Activity guide
3-6 years old

Activity guide
7-12 years old

Activity guide
13-17 years old

The IOC Toolkit

Spanish High Council for Sport and Unicef

The International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s mission is to place athletes
at the heart of the Olympic Movement, and Olympic Agenda 2020 sets
out the strategic roadmap for this. This includes Recommendation 18:
Strengthen support to athletes. Through this recommendation, the IOC
has taken significant steps to safeguard athletes from harassment and
abuse in sport.

iCoachKids

www.icoachkids.eu

iCoachKids is a not-for-profit three-year project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the EU in the May 2016 call under Key Action 2 – Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices – Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training.

iCoachKids is an international, collaborative, multi-agency project aiming to support the development of a Specialist Children and Youth Coaching Workforce across the EU to make sure all youth sport participants have a positive experience led by suitably trained coaches leading to a lifelong involvement in sport and healthier lives.