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International Symposium on Safeguarding Child Athletes

Dr Callan spoke at the ‘International Symposium on Safeguarding Child Athletes and Introducing Child Protection Systems for Physical Education and Sports in Japan’ in Tokyo, Japan on the 29 November 2015 on the topic:

‘The contents and subject of safeguarding children prepared by the British Judo Association especially as it relates to the practice of coaching judo’ 

We are grateful to the National Institute of Fitness and Sport at Kanoya University for the invitation.

Dr Lang, Dr Callan, Dr Rhind, Ms Tiivas, Mr Komiyama, Prof Mori
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‘International Symposium on Safeguarding Child Athletes and Introducing Child Protection Systems for Physical Education and Sports in Japan’

Symposium theme: ‘Implications and Discussion of introducing a child protection legal system into Japan that models Britain’s system’

Time:10:30 - 15:45 on Sunday, November 29, 2015

Venue: Tokyo satellite campus. Lecture Room 134, National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya

Contents

Opening (10:30)

Keynote lecture I (10:40 to 11:30)
‘Considering corporal punishment and child abuse in physical education and sports’ - Satoru Komiyama

Keynote lecture II(11:30 to 12:00)
‘The role of CPSU in child protection on the sport fields in Britain and the actual level of cooperation and collaboration between organizations with regard education and welfare’ - Anne Tiivas (NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit director)

(lunch break) (12:00 to 13:00)

Part I: Theme ‘Considering the present condition of corporal punishment and child abuse during physical education and sports instruction’ (13:00) Lectures (every 20 minutes)

(1) ‘The trend toward an the international standardized system for safeguarding children and the future direction in sports’ - Dr. Daniel Rhind (Brunel University)

(2) ‘The contents and subject of safeguarding children prepared by the British Judo Association especially as it relates to the practice of coaching judo’ - Dr. Mike Callan (President of the International Association of Judo Researchers)

(3) ‘Prevention of corporal punishment and abuse in physical education and sports instruction as it relates to the instructional practices for school sports club’ activities, and community sports clubs in Britain.’ - Dr. Melanie Lang (Edgehill University)

(4) ‘The present condition of corporal punishment and abuse in physical education or sports instruction in Japan and institutional reforms to the Japanese system’ - Katsumi Mori (Department of Physical Education, National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya)

(Break) (14:20 to 14:30)

Part II: Theme ‘Introducing a system for safeguarding children into Japan and a construction of a Japanese system for safeguarding children in physical education and sports.’

Panel discussion (14:30 to 15:20)
Theme ‘Constructing a Japanese system for safeguarding children during physical education and sports’
(chairman) Katsumi Mori, National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya, Department of Physical Education
(Specification panel)
Satoru Komiyama, baseball commentator
Anne Tiivas, NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit
Dr. Daniel Rhind, Brunel University
Dr. Mike Callan, International Association for Judo Researcher
Dr. Melanie Lang, Edgehill University

Questions and answers (15:20 to 15:40)

Closing (15:45)

Participants

Researchers from NIFS, school staffs, students, and other universities’ researchers and students (a video conference system will relays the conference to Exercise Room III on the second floor of the National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya, graduate school building)

Panellists’ introduction
(1) Satoru Komiyama, baseball commentator, former Major League baseball player
(2) Anne Tiivas. NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit Director
(3) Dr. Daniel Rhind. Lecturer at Brunell University, President of the Brunell International Researcher Network on Athletes’ Welfare; Received PhD from Loughborough University (2008)
(4) Dr. Mike Callan. President of International Association of Judo Researchers, President of Judospace; Received PhD from Bath University(2008)
(5) Dr. Melanie Lang. Senior Lecturer of Edgehill University, Received PhD from Leeds Metropolitan University (2009)
(6)Katsumi Mori. Associate Professor at the National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya Department of Physical Education

Reference:
The National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya
International Symposium Secretariat
Katsumi Mori
mail: k-mori@nifs-k.ac.jp

International Symposium Panellists
NIFS Symosium

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