Find a Safeguarding Officer either by language, country, Safeguarding service or organisation type through the IOC’s Safeguarding Directory.

Athlete365 is an IOC initiative created by athletes, for athletes – to support athletes throughout their journey in sport on and off the field. Athlete365 provides tools, services and a strong global network to help athletes tackle the challenges that come with competing at the elite level.

IOC’s Safe Sport Unit on Athlete365, to help protect athletes and unite to stop all forms of harassment and abuse in sport.


Safe Sport International (SSI) is an international, nonprofit organization committed to ending all forms of inter-personal violence, abuse, and harassment in sports environments globally.

The I-Protect Programme provides a holistic approach to a child safeguarding strategy, offering free online safeguarding e-learning courses for clubs and individuals. 

Safe Sport Allies is a collaborative partnership between sport organisations, universities and research centres across Europe, aiming to protect children against violence and abuse in local sports clubs. They offer educational material for athletes, coaches, club managers and parents in Dutch and English. 


Draw the Line is an interactive e-learning programme including 10 scenarios for young athletes to discover what harassment and abuse in sport means; the forms it can take; how they can identify and prevent it; and how they can protect themselves and others.

Giving coaches the tools they need to make sport safe, inclusive and fun for all!

Also provides an e-learning: 

FIX IT! is an innovative and educational card game promoting vital dialogue and debate about sport integrity issues and values. The game addresses common integrity issues in both sports and society, offering users a simple way to learn about prevention and solutions for real-life challenges like safeguarding, discrimination, various forms of abuse, and doping.

The U.S. Center for SafeSport is an independent nonprofit committed to building a sport community where participants can work and learn together free of emotional, physical and sexual abuse and misconduct. The website offers training resources, help and best practices for coaches, parents, athletes, youth and amateur sports organisations.

Play by the Rules  provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.

The 2021 CARE Report (Census of Athlete Rights Experiences) is the first global study to look at elite athletes’ experiences to understand whether and how their rights were protected as children in sport.

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