الاتحاد السودانى للألعاب المائية يفرض نصوصا واضحه لقواعد الشفافيه والنزاهه والأخلاق وينص عليها ضمن لوائحه وله تعريفات واضحه بهذا الشأن وله لجنه مستقله تعمل بأستقلاليه تامه .
يتبى الاتحاد مفهوم الرياضه الآمنه وفق اللجنه الأولمبية الدوليه والاتحاد الدولى للرياضات المائيه
ويمكن التعامل مع المنصه الآمنه للتبليغ عن اى تجاوز او تعدى على الرقم مع الحفاظ على سريه وآمان معلوماتك الشخصيه
Safe and direct line to report
فى ما يلى شرح بعض مفاهيم وموجهات الرياضه الآمنه
CONFLICT OF INTERESTS
The fundamental principle is that the Executive, Official, Athletes, Coaches, Committee Member, Employee, Volunteer or any other person under the purview of this Constitution should not have, or appear to have, any personal interests, relationships, or affiliations that conflict with the best interests of the Federation.
In order to ensure maximum integrity of all Sudan Federation affairs, a Member of the Federation, its Executive, Officials, Athletes, Coaches Committee Member, Employee, Volunteer or any other person shall refrain from any relationship or association that would conflict with their membership or service with the Federation, and will be required at the earliest possible opportunity to declare or report the conflict.
Failure to report or declare a conflicting situation may be punishable as a disciplinary offence with appropriate sanctions.
Failure to maintain such independence following declaration of the conflict of interest shall be subject to corrective or disciplinary action in accordance with the disciplinary procedure provided for under this Constitution and Regulations
The following shall be considered violations of the Sudan Swimming Code of Conduct:
.Violation of any of the Sexual MisconductRe
Conviction of, imposition of a deferred sentence for, or any plea of guilty or no contest at any time, past or present, or the existence of any pending charges, for (i) any felony, (ii) any offense involving use, possession, distribution or intent to distribute illegal drugs or sub-stances, (iii) any crime involving sexual misconduct, or (iv) any criminal offense against a minor.
Bullying is prohibited
. For the purposes of the Code of Conduct, the term “Bullying” shall mean, regardless of when or where it may occur, the severe or repeated use by one or more Sudan Swimming members (“Members”) of an oral, written, electronic or other technological expression, image, sound, data or intelligence of any nature (regardless of the method of transmission), or a physical act or gesture, or any combination thereof, directed at any other Member that to a reasonably objective person has the effect of: (i) causing physical or emotional harm to the other Member or damage to the other Member’s property; (ii) placing the other Member in reasonable fear of harm to himself/herself or of damage to his/her property; (iii) creating a hostile environment for the other Member at any USA Swimming activity; (iv) infringing on the rights of the other Member at any USA Swimming activity; or (v) materially and substantially disrupting the training process or the orderly operation of any USA Swimming activity (which for the purposes of this section shall include, without limitation, practices, workouts and other events of a member club or LSC). Allegations of Bullying of an athlete by a coach shall be investigated .
. Any inappropriate sexual conduct or advance, or other inappropriate oral, written, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature directed towards an athlete by (i) a coach member or other non-athlete member, or (ii) any other adult participating in any capacity whatsoever in the activities of Sudan Swimming federation (whether such adult is a member or not).
Any act of sexual harassment, including without limitation unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other inappropriate oral, written, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature in connection with or incidental to a sudan Swimming-related activity by any person participating in the affairs or activities of sudan Swimming (whether such person is a member or not) directed toward any member or other person participating in the affairs or activities of sudan Swimming.
.9 The sale or distribution of illegal drugs or the illegal sale or distribution of any substance listed on FINA’s recognized list of banned substances.
. The use of illegal drugs in the presence of an athlete, by a coach, official, trainer, or a person who, in the context of swimming, is in a position of authority over, that athlete.
The providing of alcohol to an athlete by a coach, official, trainer, manager or any other person where the athlete is under the legal age allowed to consume or purchase alcohol in the state where the alcohol is provided.
The abuse of alcohol in the presence of an athlete under the age of 18, by a coach, official, trainer, or a person who, in the context of swimming, is in a position of authority over that athlete.
Physical abuse of an athlete by any person who, in the context of swimming, is in a position of authority over that athlete. “Physical abuse” is defined as a non-accidental injury and/or an injury primarily caused by gross negligence on the part of the person in a position of authority over the athlete.
B Bullying of an athlete by a coach member or other non-athlete member who is in a position of authority over that athlete
Rules and Regulations. Discrimination against any member or participant on the basis of age, gender, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, genetics, mental or physical disability, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, where applicable, is prohibited
Sexual abuse is behaviour towards an individual or group that involves sexualised verbal, non-verbal or physical behaviour, whether intended or unintended, legal or illegal, that is based upon an abuse of power and trust
Sexual abuse involves any sexual activity where consent is not or cannot be given
Sexual abuse often involves a process known as ‘grooming’
occurs when a participant in a sports competition (for example an athlete, a coach, a judge or referee, etc.) knowingly underperforms or deliberately makes bad or wrong decisions affecting the result or course of a competition, in order to obtain an undue benefit (usually a sporting or financial benefit