The Inclusion Club works with a number of partners across the world. Usually, this is to promote our joint objectives around creating opportunities for people with disability in sport and recreation.  It also usually involves creating and sharing resources that you can find on this site and elsewhere.

Below are the partners that have made direct ‘content’ contributions to The Inclusion Club. Other partners promote and support The Inclusion Club in other significant ways. .

University of Worcester

The Inclusion Club works closely with the University of Worcester in the UK.

International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA)

The Inclusion Club has a Memorandum of Understanding with IFAPA to promote and work collaboratively all aspects of sport, physical activity and recreation for people with disability. The main aim of the collaboration is to help bridge the gap between research and practice., The Inclusion Club focuses on practice and IFAPA focuses on research – so it’s a natural and mutually beneficial arrangement.



iCoachKids (iCK) is a not-for-profit project co-funded by an Erasmus+ grant in the 2016 call under Key Action 2 (Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices – Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training). The project is co-led by the International Council for Coaching Excellence and Leeds Beckett University and an additional six partners including Lithuanian Sport University, Universidad Europea Madrid, Sport Ireland Coaching, Netherlands Olympic Committee, Royal Belgian Football Federation and Hungarian Coaches Association. iCoachKids aims to develop innovative education and training for a specialist children and youth coaching workforce.


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