“Child Safeguarding in Sport” (CSiS) was a European Union (EU) and Council of Europe (CoE) joint project (1 March 2020 - 30 June 2022). Its main aims were to guide and accompany European countries towards effective child safeguarding in sport policies, through the setting up of positions of Child Safeguarding Officers.

6 countries were partners to the project: Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Israel, Norway and Portugal

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 Child Safeguarding in Sport 

The aim of CSiS was to strengthen the ability of European countries to prevent violence against children and to promote their well-being in sport, by developing effective policies that include recruiting, training, equipping and networking Child Safeguarding Officer roles.

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“Start to Talk” is a Council of Europe call for action to public authorities and the sport movement to stop child sexual abuse.

This awareness-raising campaign, launched in 2017, is a follow-up to the two successful Pro Safe Sport projects (in 2014 and 2017) co-funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe.

About Pro Safe Sport (PSS)

About Pro Safe Sport + (PSS+)

So far, “Start to talk” has been launched in nine countries (Croatia, Finland, France, Georgia, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal and Spain).

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