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Safeguarding the Child in Sport

International Symposium
International Perspectives on Safeguarding the Child in Sport

Wednesday 20 September 2017
Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester​
Tickets: £10 (free for UoC staff and students)

Bookings: h.lynch@chi.ac.uk
Further info: m.callan@chi.ac.uk

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Professor Katsumi Mori

Professor of Sports Humanities National institute of Fitness and Sport. Kanoya University The present conditions of physical punishments, abuse of children by sports leaders and disciplinary measures imposed in Japan: A comparison with the child protection system of the UK

Professor Ryo Uchida​

Associate Professor of Sociology of Education Research Institute for Risk in Schools, Department of Educational Sciences, Nagoya University Visualization of Risks; Safety in Schools

Dr Melanie Lang

Senior Lecturer in Child Protection in Sport Department of Sport and Physical Activity, Edge Hill University Crossing the Line: Bullying and the Abuse of Power in Youth Sport.

Dr Nikos Malliaropoulos

Senior Clinical Lecturer The Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine, Queen Mary University of London Judo Injuries Prevention

Anne Tiivas​

Director Child Protection in Sport Unit, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Safeguarding and protecting athletes in sport. Lessons from  practice and current initiatives: future challenges and solutions

Dr Suzie Everley​

Reader in the Sociology of Physical Education and Activity Department of Physical Education, University of Chichester Researching sensitive issues in sport and physical activity: approaches to facilitate expression of 'voice'
Dr Mike Callan Reader in Sport Coaching and Management Department of Sport Development and Management, University of Chichester Physical harm caused to British and Japanese Judoka by abuse.
Dr Cormac Corry   Researcher The Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine, Queen Mary University of London Head and Neck Injuries in Judo, a Systematic review.
Phil Crisp Programme Leader for Sport Development and Coaching Department of Sport Development and Management, University of Chichester ‘Knock, knock it’s not the coaching police’. A case study on how good practice and safeguarding in Sport England funded projects can be monitored.  

Dr Kish Bhatti-Sinclair and Chris Smethurst

Reader in Social Policy and Social Work and Senior Lecturer Department of Childhood, Social Work and Social Care, University of Chichester Child abuse and sport: a social work perspective
Adam White Associate Lecturer in Sport Sociology Department of Sport and Exercise, Faculty of Business, Law and Sport, University of Winchester Injury, Risk and Consent in Physical Education and School Sport