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The Code replaces all previous Codes and is a mandatory Code of Best Practice for all Gaelic Games Associations in our work with underage players. It is a comprehensive good practice guidance publication and we are anxious that as many players, coaches, parents and other Club personnel have immediate access to its contents.

The Gaelic Athletic Association is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for all young people who wish to participate in our Gaelic Games and activities. We will take all practicable steps to protect them from discernable forms of abuse – from harm, discrimination or degrading treatment and shall respect their rights, wishes and feelings.


Gaelic Games Associations’ – Child Safeguarding Risk Assessment 2021 – Clubs: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=hrxFrNSvpUKfwz6H4bd_zky_0LfFg99NieH5bikZxqpUOVFIM0NOWEhTTlZCWElZU0VCUkpMQ1A2RS4u

Online Garda Vetting




Code of Behaviour (Underage)

Guidance for Dealing with & Reporting Allegations and Concerns of Abuse

Chapter 3  – Maintaining appropriate levels of behaviour in our work with children and young people

Code Declaration & Signatory

Children First Information & Guidance Leaflet

Tusla Child Protection and Welfare Report Form (CPWRF)

Children First Act 2015

Children First National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children


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Vetting for a member of the GAA involves 3 easy to follow steps, further information available via Garda Vetting


GAA Social Media Policy & Guidelines

The GAA Social Media Policy & Guidelines were updated at the beginning of 2019. They contain some significant additions and changes; many due to the introduction of GDPR and how it impacts our use of digital and social channels. As we come into a very busy time of year, we would like to remind our Members of this updated document. It is crucial that anyone who has access to a social media channel representing a GAA Unit, or who communicates with members via digital channels or messaging apps is familiar with this document and abides by its direction.


GAA Social Media Guidelines 2019

GAA Social Media Guide