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- February 18, 2013 - Sport Matters - New Sport for Development Organisation
- February 4, 2013 - Disability Action Plans for Sport - New Guide
Welcome to The Inclusion Club
The idea behind this site is quite simple. It is to help you provide opportunities for people with disability to participate in sport and physical activity.
The Inclusion Club is a new and growing international community of like-minded people. People who want to see more people with disability getting active and participating in sport. There are thousands of people around the world doing some great and innovative things in this field. Problem is, there are very few, if any, opportunities to share good practice.
That’s what The Inclusion Club has been set up to do. It is a where you can learn from others, no matter where they are in the world. We know there are great things happening in different parts of the world – from Scandinavia to South America to Australia and we intend to share them with you.
So no matter what your level of involvement is in this area – if the participation and inclusion of people with disability in sport is your thing, then give The Inclusion Club a go. We are sure you will not find anything like this site online!
2012 has been a fantastic year for The Inclusion Club. If you are a regular visitor or even if you are here for the first time you can help us out by completing this very short Survey – it helps us develop relevant content for your needs in the future.
And if you are visiting for the first time why not sign up for our updates. It’s free and you will get first access to all content. When you join The Inclusion Club you’ll get exclusive access to custom resources and programs – developed to help inform and provide practical help. Many of these have been developed by members that have spent years in this field.
Being part of The Inclusion Club is another way you can promote inclusion and contribute to the growing world wide movement to more people with disability active.
And, of course, you will get immediate access to the e-book Where Opportunity Knocks – the Environments and Places the Create Opportunities in Sport for People with Disability.
Below are the ways that we intend sharing good practice through The Inclusion Club.
We are a not-for-profit registered charity. If you like what you see please help us develop The Inclusion Club with a donation. Thanks
When you join today you’ll pick up your FREE copy of ‘where opportunity knocks’ – environments and places that create opportunities in sport for people with disability.
Go here for more information about this digital eBook - where opportunity knocks