World ParaVolley is pleased to announce that we will be presenting the third “World ParaVolley Presents…” webinar on Tuesday, September 20th, 2022 at 12h00 UTC.
The objectives of the “World ParaVolley Presents…” webinars are to:
- serve as a platform to disseminate good practices for athletes, coaches and administrators in ParaVolley
- open up opportunities to learn and discuss pertinent issues relevant to ParaVolley between experts, athletes, coaches, administrators and researchers
- to connect with the community of athletes, coaches and administrators and identify current drivers of change in society to meet with World ParaVolley’s values and mission
This webinar session will be the third in a series of three webinars throughout 2022 focusing on mental performance, mental training, and safeguarding.
Date: Tuesday, September 20th, 2022
Time: 12h00 UTC
World ParaVolley Presents . . .
Safeguarding – It’s everyone’s responsibility
The World ParaVolley Presents… webinar series is proud to offer the third webinar in our Mental Health & Performance series.
Safeguarding our athletes and indeed all our World ParaVolley participants’ mental and physical well-being is of paramount importance.
What does safeguarding in sport mean, and what does it involve? How can you help to ensure that violence, abuse, and harassment is not tolerated in any ParaVolley environment? It is our collective responsibility to prioritize safeguarding.
Whether we are athletes, coaches, technical officials, board members, we must recognize, respond, and report those persons who may be violating safeguarding policies and jeopardizing the physical, mental, emotional safety and well-being of others. As an organization it is our responsibility to respond appropriately.
Join us to hear about the journey of an athlete survivor and to learn from globally recognized experts in the field of safeguarding in sport. Join the discussion on safe sport best practices and how World ParaVolley is working to secure our sport as a place of safety for our athletes and volunteers.
Share this link with your ParaVolley Community, and follow us on social media on Twitter and Facebook, and use the hashtag #WPVPresents.
– Founder and Director, Powers Volleyball Club
Anne Tiivas OBE – Chairperson, Safe Sport International
Phil Doorgachurn –
Yetsa Tuakli-Wosornu, MD, MPH –
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