Thank you for agreeing to participate in this consultation exercise.
We are seeking views from those representing a wide range of sports-based programmes that aim to reduce youth crime and/or who work in broader criminal justice settings (be that in the community or prison/probation/places of detention). Sport in this context is any physical activity – it can be participative; casual, organised or competitive; and rule-bound or unstructured. Sport can also refer to active play, active recreation, and indigenous games or sports.
Your responses will be collated and used by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to inform the process of identifying good practices in the integration of sport into youth crime prevention and criminal justice strategies, as requested by ECOSOC resolution E/RES/2019/16.
Professor Rosie Meek is assisting UNODC in this process and therefore leading this online consultation. Any questions or comments can be directed to her at: email@example.com
We suggest that sports-based organisations nominate one individual to collate and submit the response on behalf of the organisation. Responses are confidential and any questions you don’t wish to or are unable to answer can be skipped.
Please ensure you have submitted your responses by October 31st 2019 in order to be included in this international consultation. Thank you for your participation.
To begin the survey and to consent to participating in this study, please start by answering some questions about your organisation, and you will then be asked to provide some details of the sports-based programmes you are involved with.