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Special Olympics in Europe and Eurasia encompasses a diverse range of cultures, languages and customs. From Iceland to Israel, from Portugal to Siberia, Russia, Special Olympics athletes and supporters are dedicated to promoting respect, inclusion and human dignity for people with intellectual disabilities through sports.

Stories from Europe/Eurasia
A Continuing Partnership to Further Work for Inclusion in Education Around the World.
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Special Olympics Great Britain is launching first online art business led by Special Olympics athlete, leader and artist Niall Guite.
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At age 20, Magnus Orri Arnarson is already a role model for people with intellectual disabilities—and without—in Iceland...and beyond.
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Special Olympics Belgium receives Grand Effie Award 2021 for Road to Sustained Success project.
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Special Olympics Advisor and advocate for Unified with Refugees programme, Gerald Mballe has been shortlisted for the Integration of Refugees Through Sport Award (IRTS) Role Model Award.
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They examined Special Olympics World Winter Games facilities and discussed further steps to prepare for the competitions.
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