New figures given to the BBC reveal that 124 allegations of sexual abuse in sport were made last year.
There are fears that under the current system those accused can move to another sport or part of the country.
The Independent Safeguarding Authority says it is limited in the information it can share with sporting organisations.
Figures gathered by Brunel University show that of the 600+ child protection issue cases examined by national governing bodies, almost a fifth involved allegations of sexual abuse.
Some led to criminal prosecutions but 98 were referred back to the sport by the police or children’s services.
To help combat these kind of issues in schools 2020 dreams provide Sex Education Workshops , colleges and youth organisations across the UK. The workshops are aimed to address social issues surrounding sex and relations to empower young people to be able to make the right choices in life. Dealing with issues such as how to face sexual abuse is a key subject we we can cover.
Our workshops use a creative approach in making the right choices, informed choices – for themselves through drama based performance and various interactive activities. It is important to make sure that children get the correct support and knowledge where sexual education is concerned.
Our aims with all workshops are to provide all participants with current and factual information in an effort to promote healthy sexuality and healthy choices and to prevent unplanned pregnancies, exposure to sexually transmitted infections and sexual exploitation. All programs welcome and encourage questions from participants, it is important to note that depending on age we can tailor these workshops to suit your needs and outcomes.
Sex Education Workshops allow young people to talk, listen and think about sex, relationships and other sensitive subjects in a way that reduces embarrassment and protects privacy. Also to act out various scenarios of issues facing they encounter regular basics.
Topics covered include:
- Changing emotions
- Developing relationships
- Personal image
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Sexual preference
- Personal breast and testicular examinations
- Cervical and testicular cancer
- Where to get help
Sex education is always going to be a difficult subject to teach, it is very important at all participants get the information they require and feel comfortable to ask questions. All our facilitators are experts at teaching sex education, they encourage participants to get involved and make the workshop more interesting, interactive and memorable.
Please visit our Sex Education Workshops page to find out more information.
To book a Sex Education Workshop please contact us on 0800 689 9909 for more information.