LINLITHGOW ROSE FOOTBALL  CLUB
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CHILDRENS RIGHTS POLICY STATEMENT

The Scottish FA is fully committed to embedding a rights-based approach in Scottish football. They recognise and work within the general principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child(UNCRC) for the best interests of the child, non-discrimination, participation as well as survival and development.

Linlithgow Rose are committed to the following policy for children regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, race, religion, socio-economic status or family circumstance and recognise a child as someone under the age of 18.

Linlithgow Rose will

  • Respect the rights of children as paramount.

  • Provide opportunities for every child interested in football to gain a positive experience.

  • Include and involve children in decision making, providing opportunities for children to be heard.

  • Promote and implement policies and procedures to safeguard the wellbeing of children and protect them from abuse, ensuring they know what to do and who they can speak to if they need help.

  • Promote and implement policies and guidelines to prevent and respond to bullying, ensuring they know what to do and who they can speak to if they need help.

  • Require members of staff and volunteers to adopt and abide by this policy.

  • Train, support and supervise its members of staff and volunteers to adopt best practice in embedding children’s rights in Scottish football and promoting, protecting and respecting these rights to children.

  • Respond to any concerns raised where a child’s rights are being denied in Scottish football.

  • Regularly monitor and evaluate the implementation of this policy, these procedures and associated safeguards in developing our child-rights based approach and include children’s views in this process.

REVIEW

This policy, and associated policies, procedures and safeguards will be regularly reviewed and will include children’s participation and feedback on the content and actual experience of implementation as part of the review:

  • In accordance with changes in legislation and guidance on children’s rights or following any changes within the Scottish FA.

  • Following any issue or concern raised about children’s rights being denied within the Scottish FA.

  • In all other circumstances, at least every three years.

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