Child protection in football – UNICEF

Child protection in football – UNICEF

Child protection is the protection of children from abuse, harm or neglect. It is the responsibility of coaches to care for children in such a way that neither they nor others cause harm to children, and to report and record all concerns related to a child being harmed.
The contents of this booklet were adapted from the WICB fair play Cricket and Child Protection Manual (with kind permission of the WICB).

Information was also obtained from Safeguarding Children and Young People in Football, Child Protection Policy, Procedures and Implementation Guidance for Grassroots Football produced by FIFA.

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