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
Since the Covid pandemic. many programmes in Europe have launched a new version of their virtual games!4 Min Read
During the pandemic, online networks helped Special Olympics Serbia Youth Leaders stay connected and spread the movement for inclusion.1 Min Read
Play Unified: Learn Unified sustains momentum in Russia as Kazan prepares to host the World Winter Games in January 2022.1 Min Read
Oana Rotar, a 29-year-old athlete with Special Olympics Romania, made history earlier this year when she became the first woman with Down syndrome to be employed in the country’s public administration.2 Min Read
The Government of Malta has officially signed its commitment to host the Special Olympics Invitational Games Malta 2022, an event which will see over 450 athletes from across Europe and beyond gather to compete in various sports next year.1 Min Read
As part of a global mission to build inclusive communities for all, Special Olympics Europe Eurasia has announced a two-year agreement with The UPS Foundation to support Special Olympics inclusive programming and grass-roots activities.2 Min Read
Europe/Eurasia Contact Information
Below you'll find resources for Special Olympics Europe-Eurasia (SOEE) region and programs.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Czech Republic
- Faroe Islands
- Great Britain
- Hellas (Greece)
- Isle of Man
- Kyrgyz Republic
- North Macedonia
- San Marino
Supporting Special Olympics throughout the world
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