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Prävention sexualisierter Gewalt im europäischen Sport

Wie handelt der Sportverband im Nachbarland, um Kinder vor Mißbrauch zu schützen? Sind die Briten wirklich die Vorreiter in Sachen Initiativen zur Prävention sexualisierter Gewalt? Verhindern kulturelle Unterschiede, dass anscheinend erfolgreiche Initiativen aus einem Land ins andere zu übertragen sind?
Deutsche Sportjugend sucht zur Weiterentwicklung der nationalen Konzepte den europaweiten Dialog im Feld der Prävention sexualisierter Gewalt im Sport. Ein weites Netzwerk von europäischen Sportverbänden und anderen Kinderschutzorganisationen (siehe Liste unten) hat sich zusammengeschlossen, Initiativen zur Prävention zu diskutieren und in den eigenen Strukturen zu sensibilisieren. Das Netzwerk wird von einer Gruppe renommierter Wissenschaftler aus 12 europäischen Ländern beraten. 
Die Sport Unit der Europäischen Kommission fördert das dsj-Projekt „Prevention of sexualized violence in Sports – Impulses for an open, secure and sound sporting environment in Europe” Den Abschluss der europäischen Projekt bildete die Konferenz in Berlin (Arbeitssprache ist Englisch), bei der auch ein Katalog von Initiativen zur Prävention aus verschiedenen Ländern vorgestellt wird.

Recommendations to the European Commission


Safer, better, stronger - Prevention of sexual harassment and abuse in sports

A group of sport organisations give recommendations to the European commission. The subscribers of the document support for example this recommendations: The European Commission shall support a European Task Force on sexual and gender harassment and abuse in sport to develop an evidence-based policy response for the implementation of prevention measures and to coordinate progress. Download the whole text of the recommendations here.

Catalogue


Prevention of sexual and gender harassment and abuse in sports Initiatives in Europe and beyond


Conference 2012


Safer, better, stronger! Prevention of Sexual Harassment and Abuse in sports


Programme


Presentations

Berlin, 20 and 21 November 2012
Programme

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Key note speech “What we know about sexual harassment and abuse in sports” by
Celia BRACKENRIDGE, professor at Brunel Centre for Sport, Health and Wellbeing, Brunel University, the United Kingdom 
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Kari FASTING, professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Studies,
Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway
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Symposium I: Monitoring and evaluating prevention practices of sexual harassment and abuse

Speakers:
Michael HARTILL, senior lecturer at the department of Sport &
Physical Activity, Edge Hill University, the United Kingdom
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Tine VERTOMMEN, criminologist, University Forensic Centre, University of
Antwerp, Belgium
Nicolette SCHIPPER-VAN VELDHOVEN, Program Manager Research of the Netherlands Olympic Committee*Netherlands Sports Confederation, the Netherlands
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Chairs: 
Kari FASTING, professor at the department of Social and Cultural Studies, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway
Maria PAPAEFSTATHIOU, Hope for Children Organization, Cyprus / Ph.D. Student, University of East Anglia, the United Kingdom

Symposium II: Boundary transgressions in the coach-athlete relationship

Speakers: 
Jan Toftegaard STØCKEL, associated professor, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
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Melanie LANG, senior lecturer in child protection in sport, Wilson Centre Edge Hill University, the United Kingdom
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Chairs: 
Stiliani „Ani“ CHRONI, assistant professor at the department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Thessaly, Karies, Trikala, Greece
Joca ZURC, assistant professor, vice-dean for education, College of Nursing
Jesenice, Slovenia

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Background of the European network by Jan HOLZE, chair of the youth organisation of the European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation (ENGSO Youth), Germany
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Key note speech “Results of the project on prevention of sexualized violence in sports – impulses for an open, secure and sound sporting environment in Europe” by Daniel RHIND, lecturer at the Brunel Centre for Sport, Health and Wellbeing, Brunel University, the United Kingdom 
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Symposium III: Implementing child protection in European sport organisations – national and regional case studies

Speakers: 
Colette EDEN, safeguarding manager, the Rugby Football League, the United Kingdom
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Iris JENSEN, child protection officer, Berlin Land Sports Confederation, Germany
Chairs: 
Michael HARTILL, senior lecturer, Department of Sport & Physical Activity, Edge Hill University, the United Kingdom
Bettina RULOFS, senior academic councilor, Institute of Sport Sociology, German Sport University Cologne, Germany

Symposium IV: Managing cases in sport and dealing with the aftermath

Speakers: 
Nick SLINN, national development officer at the Child Protection in Sport Unit (NSPCC), the United Kingdom
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Sally PROUDLOVE, national development officer at the Child Protection in Sport Unit NSPCC, the United Kingdom
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Tine VERTOMMEN, University Forensic Centre, University of Antwerp, Belgium
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Maarten BORNEMAN, counsellor of the Netherlands Olympic Committee* Netherlands Sports Confederation, the Netherlands
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Chairs: 
Nadezda KNORRE, chairperson of the Women and Sport Committee of the Czech Olympic Committee, the Czech Republic
Montserrat MARTÍN, associated professor, department of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences Studies, University of Vic, Spain

Further information/downloads:

Celia H Brackenridge & Daniel Rhind (Eds., 2010). Elite Child Athlete Welfare: International Perspectives, West London: Brunel University.
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The catalogue Prevention of sexual and gender harassment and abuse in sports - Initiatives in Europe and beyond mentions more references, 83-85.

For further suggestions/comments concerning the conference and the EU project please contact:

Deutsche Sportjugend
Rebekka Kemmler-Müller
Otto-Fleck-Schneise 12
60528 Frankfurt am Main
kemmler@remove-this.dsj.de


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