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  • Call for articles - including persons with disabilities in sport


    11/04/20

    Dear readers,
    Thanks to all who have sent articles for our call on including persons with disabilities in sport. Please keep them coming - the deadline is 13 November.

    We would also like to highlight the results of a global survey that we conducted with the Japan Sport Council. The survey identified key challenges and opportunities for actors using sport for development. The findings will influence the content of a guidebook which aims to build capacity in the sport sector and beyond.

    Lastly, we have created a new section on the website on sport and refugees, in collaboration with the UNHCR, featuring news, tools and resources - check it out!

    Happy reading,

    The sportanddev team
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    From the Operating Team
    Call for articles: Including persons with disabilities in sport

    We are looking for articles in the run-up to 3 December - the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Deadline for articles: 14 November.
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