Create an environment where everyone is confident their concerns are welcomed, listened to and addressed appropriately.


Encourage continuous learning and reflection at all levels of your organisation in order to create and embed a safer culture.


Lead with positive actions and values to empower everyone with the confidence to challenge and instigate change.

Unhealthy and toxic cultures in sport and activity increase the risk of abuse and impacts welfare, safety and wellbeing.

We’re asking organisations to commit to focusing on and improving their cultures and the #SaferCultureSaferSport campaign is here to provide you with the tools you need to help.

Participants, athletes, volunteers and staff should feel empowered to recognise and report concerns without fear or judgement.

To create a safe culture, organisations must listen, learn and lead.

How to Get Involved with #SaferCultureSaferSport

Podcast Series

Listen to the #SaferCultureSaferSport series on the Safeguarding Matters podcast.
Listen to the podcast

Support & Resources

Find out how your organisation can improve and create safer cultures in sport.
Learn to create a safer culture

Follow on Twitter

Join us on Twitter with the #SaferCultureSaferSport to share good practice.
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Make a Commitment

Join us in working together to create safer cultures in sport and sign up to the #SaferCultureSaferSport campaign commitment.

We’re asking organisations to commit to reviewing and improving their cultures to build a safer environment for everyone.

Sign up and we’ll email you updates throughout the year to help you build a safer organisation. Later in the year we’ll be asking you what you’ve done and showcase some of the best examples.

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All of our upcoming safeguarding training opportunities, seminars, conferences, participation forums, and more.


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Our work is dedicated to key issues affecting adults and young people at risk including forced marriage, financial abuse, sexual exploitation and disability hate crime. Your donation will help fund essential research, training and consultation to recognise, understand, and address these issues.

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