Europe Eurasia

Special Olympics in Europe and Eurasia encompasses a diverse range of cultures, languages and customs. The region spans Iceland to Israel, Portugal to Siberia, Russia but we all have one thing in common – a passionate commitment to promoting respect, acceptance, inclusion and human dignity for people with intellectual disabilities through sports.

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Spotlight on Europe Eurasia

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A Royal Seal of Approval

HSH Princess Charlene of Monaco hosted the inaugural Special Olympics Princess Charlene Swim Meet in Monaco involving 250 athletes from 25 delegations.

 

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Power of Football

The power of football to transform lives for people with intellectual disabilities was displayed at UEFA EURO 2012 Quarter-Finals Read all about it! ››

Unified Partners Work for Change

Be inspired by two Unified Partners who work tirelessly to develop the Unified programme in Great Britain LEARN MORE ››


Sponsors in Europe Eurasia

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EuroLottoA strong supporter of Special Olympics in Europe/Eurasia.
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European UnionThe European Union is a proud sponsor of Special Olympics.
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Special Olympics Europe Eurasia
3rd Floor, Morrison Chambers
32 Nassau Street
Dublin 2
Ireland

Office: +353 1 675-5710
Fax: +353 1 707-1748
Email: mrabbitt@specialolympics.org

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Health Needs Need Closer Examination

"You can't compete if your feet hurt, if your teeth hurt or if your ears ache."read more »

Posted on 2014-04-07 by Ryan

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