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PROTECTING CHILDREN FROM
VIOLENCE IN SPORT
a review with a focus on industrialized countries

PROTECTING CHILDREN FROM
VIOLENCE IN SPORT
a review with a focus on industrialized countries

The UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre
The UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre in Florence, Italy, was established in 1988 to strengthen the research capability of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and to support its advocacy for children worldwide. The Centre (formally known as the International Child Development Centre) helps to identify and research current and future areas of UNICEF’s work. Its prime objectives are to improve international understanding of issues relating to children’s rights and to help facilitate the full implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in all countries.

The Centre’s publications are contributions to a global debate on child rights issues and include a wide range of opinions. For that reason, the Centre may produce publications that do not necessarily reflect UNICEF policies or approaches on some topics. The views expressed are those of the authors and are published by the Centre in order to stimulate further dialogue on child rights.

The Centre collaborates with its host institution in Florence, the Istituto degli Innocenti, in selected areas of work. Core funding for the Centre and its research is provided by the Government of Italy. Financial support for specific projects is also provided by other governments, international institutions and private sources, including UNICEF National Committees.

Requests for permission to reproduce or translate UNICEF IRC publications should be addressed to: Communications Unit, UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, florence@unicef.org. To access the most up-to-date publications files, please go to the publications pages on our website, at www.unicef-irc.org/publications/.

Front cover photo: © Sven Hoppe / iStockphoto
Design and layout: Auxiliary Creatives, Hornbæk, Denmark
Printed by: ABC Tipografia srl, Florence, Italy
© United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
July 2010
ISBN: 978-88-89129-96-8
ISSN: 1028-3528
Correspondence should be addressed to:
UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre
Piazza SS. Annunziata, 12
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florence@unicef.org
www.unicef-irc.org

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This study was supported by the Governments of Italy, Norway and Sweden, as well as the Swiss Committee for UNICEF.
The report was prepared under the direction of the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre (IRC) Implementation of International Standards Unit. Susan Bissell oversaw the study, with support from Lena Karlsson. Overall guidance was provided by Marta Santos Pais, the former IRC Director, and the study was brought to completion by the IRC Child Protection Unit and David Parker. Research assistance was provided by Ines Cerovic while ´,

Neil Howard and Ann Linnarsson carried out fact-checking. The study was edited by Catharine Way and copyedited by Catherine Rutgers. The IRC Communications Unit managed the production process. UNICEF IRC would like to thank the authors of the report:

Celia Brackenridge, Brunel University, United Kingdom
Kari Fasting, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
Sandra Kirby, University of Winnipeg, Canada
Trisha Leahy, Hong Kong Sports Institute.
The study was developed through a consultative process and benefited from the expertise of participants in two meetings organized by UNICEF IRC in Florence during May and November 2007. Contributions were also provided by members of the UNICEF working group on sport, especially Lorraine Radford and Anne Tiivas of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Petra Moget of the Netherlands Olympic Committee/Netherlands Sport Federation, Debbie Simms of the Australian Sports Commission and Dr. Margo Mountjoy. Sylvie Parent and Trond...

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