Safeguarding Policy


At the Rohingya Centre of UK (RCUK), we have the honour of supporting some of the most vulnerable members of our community. With this honour comes a great responsibility to prioritise their safety and well-being in all that we do. Safeguarding is fundamental to our mission, influencing every decision and policy to ensure the protection and care of those we serve.

Commitments and Standards

RCUK is committed to:

  • Ensuring safety for all, including our staff, volunteers, and those we assist.
  • Upholding the rights of children and adults to be protected from abuse, harm, and neglect.
  • Promoting transparency and maintaining high safeguarding standards.
  • Educating our people on their safeguarding responsibilities and how to respond to concerns.

Approach and Implementation

  • Child-Centered Approach: Placing the safety and rights of children and adults at the core of our responses.
  • Preventive Measures: Implementing strong procedures to prevent and effectively respond to safeguarding concerns.
  • High Standards in Humanitarian Response: Ensuring high safeguarding standards in all stages of our humanitarian efforts, both locally and internationally.

Key Safeguarding Standards

  1. Effective Response: Addressing safeguarding concerns promptly and building resilience.
  2. Continuous Improvement: Learning from incidents to enhance our safeguarding culture.
  3. Consistent Responsibilities: Clear definitions and adherence to safeguarding duties.
  4. Partnerships: Collaborating with partners to improve safeguarding outcomes.
  5. Safe Recruitment: Ensuring staff and volunteers promote the rights, dignity, and well-being of all individuals we engage with.


  • Board and Executive Management: Ensuring appropriate safeguarding policies and a safe environment.
  • Chairman and Executive Director: Overseeing safeguarding practices in the UK and international operations.
  • All Personnel: Acting with integrity, adhering to Codes of Conduct, and reporting any safeguarding concerns.

Training and Support

RCUK provides comprehensive training to all staff, volunteers, and partners to ensure they can identify signs of abuse and respond appropriately.

Reporting Concerns

If you believe that a child or adult has suffered or is at immediate risk of suffering significant harm, you must contact the police immediately by dialing 999.

For other safeguarding concerns, at the first possible opportunity, contact:

RCUK Safeguarding Manager
Name: Mohammed Amin
Phone: +44 7944 478966

If your concern requires escalation or involves complex issues, the Safeguarding Manager may involve other statutory bodies such as Children’s Services or multi-agency safeguarding hubs to ensure the concern is addressed promptly and effectively.