Making sport inclusive: Perspectives from Peru
To make sport and recreation more inclusive, we must change the attitude of the general public towards disabilities, by raising awareness around para-sport and by mainstreaming persons with disabilities into society from a young age.
Braille Shot (Tiro en Braille): A pioneer university SDP project
A student created project at the University of Guanajuato in Mexico sees both abled and disabled students participate in sporting activities which targets three of the most common problems facing Mexican students: drop-out, suicide, and gender and abili
Help at hand for teachers to include children with autism in school sport
A Special Olympics Australia webinar series drew in thousands of teachers and coaches desiring simple and effective strategies to get the ever-growing number of students with autism playing and enjoying sport at school.
Sports ethics as a catalyst for inclusion in adapted sports
Sport, due to the inherent values that constitute it, is a unique example to the realization of inclusion and a link to the empowerment of people with disabilities. Tadeu Celestino explores the ethical and moral aspect of inclusive sports
New Special Olympics Australia programs bring physical literacy to life
An Australian national sporting organisation for people with disability is taking the lead on a holistic approach to building the skills, knowledge, and behaviours that children need to lead healthy, happy, and active lives.
Thousands of children given opportunity to try para-sports through major inclusive sport programme
Thousands of children with and without special educational needs (SEND) in the UK have been supported to experience PE and school sport thanks to a consortium of organisations led by the Youth Sport Trust and the Department for Education (DfE).