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  • Making a Complaint

    It’s important that there are proper and transparent processes in place for making complaints. This section provides information about where to complaint, what to expect in the process and where...
  • Suspicion of Harm Against a Child

    All complaints relating to child abuse need to be taken seriously. There are some things you’ll need to know to ensure the appropriate processes are in place. Here, we outline 7 steps you can...
  • Administrator

    Administrators play a vital role in sport, particularly to reduce the potential for things to go wrong. Here, you can access resources to help you manage risks in your sport.
  • Keeping our most vulnerable children safe

    While some children are more vulnerable to abuse based on factors including age, gender, ethnicity, disability and prior abuse or neglect, some may also be more vulnerable because of situational...
  • Member Protection and the importance of confidentiality

    Raising a member protection complaint can be daunting. Confidentiality helps build a relationship of trust and confidence, and can encourage members to have open conversations...
  • Intersex people: not invisible in sport but inadvertently excluded

    There are many misconceptions and generalisations about intersex people in sport.  Often these are based on assumptions that intersex people are a homogeneous group, and an identity group, a...
  • Collecting member information brings protection obligations

    Collecting the personal information of participants registering to join a club, competition or event has become standard practice across sport. But that practice could get you into hot water if...
  • Tips for club committees

    Effectively managing social media issues requires club committees to be prepared and proactive.
  • Create a child safe organisation

    Clubs need a range of strategies in place to keep children safe in sport. Many people associate child safety with employment screening, like working with children checks. But that’s only one of...
  • Further resources on child safety

    Links to the most helpful child safety resources for sport and recreation clubs and organisations.