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Sport Duty of Care Review: call for evidence

From the Government website

Government has asked Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson to lead a review into the Duty of Care sport has towards participants. The aim is to develop a comprehensive plan for how government and the whole sporting system can more effectively look after people who take part in grassroots sport and people who perform at the elite level, including those on a talent pathway.

This call for evidence will gather information from people who are or have been involved in sport and from members of the public. The review team is interested in views and experiences of what works well and how current systems could be improved.

Level Playing Field encourage you to take part in this survey, and remind you that spectators should consider themselves as participants too. You can participate in this survey anonymously if you’d prefer, with the deadline for responses 23rd May 2016 at 11.45pm.

Sport Duty of Care Review: call for evidence

Complete the survey here