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United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child The Convention on the Rights of the Child is an international treaty adopted by the United Nations on November 20, 1989, establishing global standards to ensure the protection, survival, and development of all children, without discrimination. Countries that ratify the treaty pledge to protect children from economic and sexual exploitation, violence, and other forms of abuse and to advance the rights of children to education, health care, and a decent standard of living.
United Nations Resolution “Sport as a means to promote education, health, development and peace” Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 31st October 2014, this Resolution reaffirms the power of sport to bring about social change and encourages the use of sport as a vehicle to foster development, strengthen education, prevent disease, empower girls and women, promote the inclusion and well-being of persons with disabilities, and support conflict prevention and peacebuilding.
International Safeguards for Children in Sport The International Safeguarding Children in Sport Working Group launched a set of safeguards designed to make sport safer for children. These Safeguards aim to outline the things that should be put in place by any organisation providing sports activities to children and young people.
Protecting Children from Violence in Sport: A Review with a Focus on Industrialized Countries Description: An international study of children's exposure to violence through sport, commissioned by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Innocenti Research Centre through a review of the available empirical research and policy initiatives on this subject. The report defines the many aspects of the issue, provides examples of both good and poor practice, and makes suggestions for sport organizations to assist them in their violence prevention work.