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The output of the project 

  1. Guide to the analysis of good practice at national level in the field of inclusion through sport
  2. Guide (s) for the development of the European Model of Inclusion in Sport
  3. Guide (s) of intervention support material (adaptation and / or construction)
  4. Elaboration of a common training curriculum
  5. Specific website of the project
  6. Guide (s) of actions promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities in the sports field

It is intended that the InSport Project will have a strong impact in promoting the full participation and social inclusion of people with disabilities in and through physical activity, allowing the promotion of strategies that increase opportunities for the participation of people with disabilities in the community.

Project organisation

The project is coordinated by the APCAS-Cerebral Palsy Association of Almada Seixal (Portugal) and has different partners:

  • European Paralympic Committee [EPC] (Austria)
  • TAFISA-The Association for International Sport for All (Germany)
  • UNESCO Chair, Tralee Institute of Technology (Ireland)
  • Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth (Portugal)
  • Knowledge Center for Sport & Physical Activity (The Netherlands).

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Lonneke Schijvens

  • Manager Meedoen door sport en bewegen

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