ATERPE PROGRAMME

The protection of children and the creation of safe spaces for them is a key issue for sports institutions. The Aterpe programme lays the foundations for a comprehensive child protection policy including prevention elements, training and action protocols whose sole aim is the welfare of all of the children in our organisation.

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The actions and initiatives carried out under this programme include the following:

1.- Training of trainers and monitors:

One of the key aspects of the work of Athletic Club’s child protection officer is the training of different groups within the organisation:

  • Summer campus monitors.
  • Coaches.
  • Transport service professionals.
  • The Foundation.
  • Medical services.

 

2.- Commitment to education and dissemination of violence prevention in sport: ATERPE programme as a benchmark.

The ATERPE Project has made a commitment together with the Athletic Club Foundation to train people to work in this area. Consequently, working with the UPV, it has developed the first postgraduate training course in Spain on coexistence and the prevention of violence in the field of sport.

 

3.- Collaboration with the Foundation and Save the Children to work with vulnerable children during lockdowns.

4.- Collaboration with the THINK Project in training young players at Lezama. This is a collaboration with a group of students from Askartza who are working on preventing violence on social networks:

5.- Technical assistance to entities, clubs and institutions. Presence at national events.

 

ATERPE PUBLICATIONS

  1. IMPLICATIONS OF THE ORGANIC LAW 8/2021, OF JUNE 4TH, REGARDING THE COMPREHENSIVE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS FROM VIOLENCE ⇒  SEE PUBLICATION

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