Centre Policies

The Centre for Sport and Human Rights is incorporated as a non-profit company (“Centre for Sport and Human Rights Ltd.”) in the UK and registered as a charity with the Charity Commission of England and Wales (with the Company Number: 11422595 and the Registered Charity Number: 1187647).

Our objectives are set out in the Centre’s governing document (Articles of Association) available at Companies House.

Our policy framework is primarily set out in our Code of Conduct and our Policy Handbook, which we continually seek to improve and strengthen. The current versions both are available here:

  • Code of Conduct (coming soon)
  • Policy Handbook (coming soon)

We do not maintain a standalone safeguarding policy, but incorporate safeguarding provisions in all our policies, primarily though the Code of Conduct.

Based on our policies we operate a number of channels for the submission of formal correspondence to us on conduct issues related to:

  • Complaints (coming soon)
  • Safeguarding (coming soon)
  • Whilstleblowing (coming soon)

Please refer to each of these three pages, and our Third Party Complaints Procedure, for details of how to communicate any concerns to us.

We also maintain a number of policies relating to this website:

If you wish to inform us to remove your details from our contacts lists in accordance with our Privacy Policy please email: [email protected]

Members of the Advisory Council are also bound by our Advisory Council Policy, which is available to prospective members upon request.