Child Protection

EADA aims to ensure that all young persons’ welfare and enjoyment, pertaining to all aspects of Dancesport, are of an exemplary standard. To this end EADA, based upon Sport England’s recommendations, introduced a Child Protection Policy. In keeping with its own responsibility as the National Governing Body of Amateur Dancesport, EADA recognises the importance of ensuring every child’s safety and protection from any form of abuse.

For more information about child protection issues, see Albert Heaney's article on Child Protection in Dance Today. This article first appeared in the September 09 issue of Dance Today, the magazine for social and competitive dancers. Visit www.dance-today.co.uk to find out more and to subscribe.

 

Helpful websites:

UKA Photography Guidelines

NSPCC

Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA)

Criminal Records Bureau (CRB)