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ALL-In: Developing Pathways of Lifelong Physical activity for People with a Disability in Europe

Parasport Sweden has launched an initiative calle "All-In;Developing Pathways of Lifelong Physical Activity for People with a Disability in Europe".The project which will run for 3 years is co-financed through the Erasmus+programme of the European Union and will seek to establish a cross-sectoral cooperation model at a European sub-regional level that develops, exploits and implements good practices for integrated pathways of lifelong physical activit for people with a disability.


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Crans Montana Forum Barcelona, July 5 2017

Ratko Kovacic, the President of the European Paralympic Committee attended the Crans Montana Forum in Barcelona on July 5th 2017. He was holding there a presentation  with the following content: Youth, a new way to secure peace!


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EPC General Assembly, Katowice, Poland

The European Paralympic Committee has a new President. Ratko Kovacic, the President of Croatian Paralympic Committee will head EPC for the following four years.

My main aim is to continue successful strategic plans of the former presidency-said Kovacic after beeing elected- especially as for work with young, new athletes. I will take new steps in markteing programme and fundings. My goal is to enlarge national paralympic committees and strenghten EPC.


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First-ever IBSA Blind Football camp and tournament for women kicked off in Vienna, Austria.

The event has brought together 75 people from 16 countries and 3 continents, with women making up around 80% of those taking part.

Participants from thirteen European countries- Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Turkey-have been joined by the japanese national women´s blind football team, players from Canada and coaches from Mexico.

 

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