The Inclusion Club has a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA). IFAPA is an international scientific organization of higher education scholars, practitioners and students dedicated to promoting adapted physical activity. The fundamental purposes of IFAPA are :

  • to encourage international cooperation in the field of physical activity to the benefit of individuals of all abilities,
  • to promote, stimulate and support research in the field of adapted physical activity throughout the world,
  • and to make scientific knowledge of and practical experiences in adapted physical activity available to all interested persons, organizations and institutions.

You can join IFAPA and be part of their international network – click here to join IFAPA

Where research meets practice - case studies from across the world

A webinar with Peter Downs and Ken Black looking at four models of good practice where evidence has informed practice.Baskin, an inclusive sport built on principles of universal design; Design School from the University of Loughborough; using symbols as tools for communication and Inclusive Sport for Development in Ethiopia.

Challenges confronting individuals with disabilities in Nigeria: Practical viewpoint on Adapted Physical Activity

Dr Okey Charles Oku from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University in Nigeria talks about the challenges people with disability have in trying to access sport and physical activity programs in Nigeria. An honest and practical viewpoint on what is need to increase opportunities for people with disability.

Creating Connections for All: Belgravia Leisure's Approach to Including All in Leisure, Sport, Aquatics and Recreation

Jeff Walkley, Lois Hewitt and David Brock from Belgravia Leisure in Australia outline their national approach to inclusion through the network of facilities and Inclusion Coordinators across the country. The webinar presents their national approach and highlights the work at a local level through case studies. If organisational inclusion and support interests you then this is a ‘must see’ webinar.


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