Child Protection Best Practices
Before Christmas we published a Global Guide to Safeguarding Young People in Dojos on Kata. You can see the Child Protection Global here.
Adapted from the Irish Child Protection Policy that was released in 2015 it is aimed to give all global mentors an overview of how to recruit volunteers, and volunteer code of behaviour.
Our intention is to adapt this document into a unique mentor on boarding process (integrated with Zen) so all mentors are taken through it as they join Dojos around the world.
Any feedback is always welcome,
The webinar for US Dojos is starting in 10 minutes!
Welcome! This forum is for discussing best practices in Child Protection both globally and in specific regions. You can see the current information we have on background checking and child protection on Kata here.
Please start up new topics on your region and let us know if you have any region specific information which will be useful to add to Kata!
Remember; if you want to give an example and need to use a real-life scenario please ensure you anonymise all aspects of the example before posting.
In due course we will be adding simple exercises which you can do within your Dojo to raise awareness of child protection amongst your volunteers.
You can get in touch with the CoderDojo Foundation directly on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about Child Protection.
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