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Sport - Safe Sport

SAFE KARATE

 

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Safeguarding all individuals from across the globe involved in Karate is paramount.

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Any non-accidental violence will not be tolerated and will constitute a violation of the WKF Disciplinary & Ethics Code and the IOC Code of Ethics.

F

Forms of non-accidental violence include all types of harassment and abuse and they are clearly defined in the WKF Safe Sport Policy.

E

Each key aspect of the WKF Safe Sport Policy should be emphasised:

•safeguarding framework both in and out of competition
•protection from harassment and abuse
•protection from false allegations
•confidentiality


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Knowledge of responsibilities is vital athletes, coaches and other members of the WKF Family must be aware of their responsibilities.

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Ample resources are available on safeguarding in sport (see right), including the IOC Safeguarding Toolkit and the WKF Safe Sport Policy, for Karate-specific information.


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Reporting incidents and suspicions is crucial you can do this via the Official WKF Complaint Form (PDF - WORD) as well as at WKF competitions. Forms should be sent by email to safekarate@wkf.net


A

Assistance and support is available fill out the this form and the WKF Safeguarding Officer will help with any case of harassment and abuse.


T

The sanctions for individuals found guilty of harassment or abuse can be found in the WKF Disciplinary & Ethics Code.


E

Everyone in the WKF Family has a duty of care and we should all be committed to fostering the safest sport environment.



WKF Resources

WKF Safe Sport Policy - ENG - FRA - ESP
WKF Disciplinary & Ethics Code
Official WKF Complaint Form - PDF - WORD
Formulaire Officiel de Plainte - PDF - WORD
Hoja Oficial de Denuncia - PDF - WORD


IOC Resources

IOC Safeguarding Toolkit
IOC Athlete Safeguarding E-learning Course
IOC Code of Ethics
IOC Consensus Statement 2016: Harassment and Abuse in Sport


Additional Resources

International Safeguarding Children in Sport guidelines
Safe Sport International 
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
The Council of Europe: Article 1.(ii) of the European Sports Charter (version dated 2001)
UNESCO: Article 10.1 the Revised International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport (version dated 2015)
UN Declaration of Human Rights

 


 


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