Raise Awareness

We’re committed to ensuring that
children and adults can enjoy sport
and physical activity safe from harm,
abuse and exploitation.

Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Sport

Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults is everyone’s responsibility and this also applies in the world of sport. This campaign has been designed specifically for the sports sector to help raise awareness of how abuse can occur through sport. Our campaign efforts are aimed at parents, coaches and children in order to help them understand what to look out for and how to respond to concerns.

Please join us and help to raise awareness of exploitation in Sport by adopting our campaigns – together we can raise awareness and deter the exploitation of children.

“As parents would you know how to recognise when something is not right at your child’s sports club, would you know who to approach if you had a concern and would you have the confidence to complain to a “Head Coach” about either his or her behaviour?”

Briefing paper for grassroots sports sector and other extra-curricular activities in preparation for the return to physical activities following Covid 19 restrictions.

The past year has been unprecedented, none of us could have predicted the global challenges we would all face and moreover, how long it would have lasted. 

Download Briefing Paper

Safe to Play

Safe to Play is our new campaign utilising Augmented Reality technology as a new method of engaging parents whose children play community sport. The campaign video is based around a family scenario and features three short vignettes from a sports coach, a parent and a child based on an incident involving a sports coach.

   Jamie’s Story

   Coaches Story

   Dad’s Story

Tackling exploitation in sport, should be a priority for all sports clubs

The downloadable resources have been designed and developed by InsideOut Creative in partnership with the NWG to help empower sports clubs and parents to be able to understand how exploitation and abuse can occur in sport.

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