Young People (13-18)

Young people have unique insights into their lives, needs and the world around them. It is your right to be heard on matters affecting you, and have the opportunity to contribute to the Calisthenics organisation that you engage with.

There is a commitment to ensuring young people experience empowerment and participate in how a Calisthenics Club engage and informs you about your rights and personal safety, and how an organisations listens to you.

We are committed to creating a culture in Calisthenics community where children and young people feel confident to report problems – particularly if they are harmed or feel unsafe.

E-Safety Guide for Teens