Main navigation COVID-19 Adaptation and innovation Commonwealth Moves: Adapting community sport to COVID-19 Guidance on return to activity Policy resources, guidelines and recommendations Prevention and containment measures Programme resources, guidelines and recommendations Support and assistance packages Capacity Building Where to start Organisational Development Challenges in capacity building Levels of capacity building Where do you stand and where do you want to go? Practical suggestions to enhance capacity building Child protection and safeguarding How to assess an organisation Tools to assess your organisation How to develop a child protection and safeguarding policy Code of conduct Mapping How to include children, parents and coaches in making sport safe Adversity to change Benefits of a bottom up approach Questions to ask How to communicate the keep children safe message Developing the policy Stakeholder analysis How to review procedures, practices and policies The project cycle Design Implementation Monitoring Evaluation International Safeguards for Children in Sport Using this resource Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) What is monitoring and evaluation (M&E)? Why is monitoring and evaluation (M&E) important? Creative monitoring and evaluation Glossary of key terms in monitoring and evaluation Partnerships Benefits of partnering with the private sector Benefits of partnering with NGOs The Partnering Toolbook Two step-by-step guides for NGOs Stand-alone tools for partnerships Project management 14 project management tools Examples from the Netherlands Sport and development policy Setting the context: Policy milestones and benchmarks Policy design and implementation Policy monitoring and evaluation Communicating impact Research and analysis Case studies The Living Lab approach What is a Living Lab and how can I use it? Our project: Implementing a Living Lab in the real world Co-creation in action: Examples of Living Labs Dublin, Ireland North Rhine Westphalia, Germany Olomouc region, Czech Republic ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands The Hague, the Netherlands Resources Involving coaches, children and parents in the development of safeguarding policies and procedures will yield two primary benefits. Firstly, these groups will become aware of the importance of the issue and spread the keep children safe message throughout the community. Secondly, these groups will feel ownership of the processes and procedures that they are now complying with, because they were an inherent part of their development.