Every day, our athletes inspire people everywhere to open their hearts to a wider world of human talents and potential. Learn more about the power Special Olympics has to make real change all around the world.
A special education school principal from China reflects on the positive impact that Unified Sports has had on local students with and without disabilities.3 Min Read
Learn to Lead with the #UnifiedGeneration1 Min Read
International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, occurring on 6 April, was created by the U.N. in 2013 to recognize the impact that sport can have on human rights issues. For 2021, the theme is resiliency—building back stronger and better.2 Min Read
Coach LaCapra, of Oxford High School, was awarded the SONA Outstanding Coach award for Unified Champion Schools.5 Min Read
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools is hosting the Digital Youth Summit: Inclusion in Action on May 7, 2021 from 5:00 – 7:00PM ET for all middle and high school students.1 Min Read
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools offers free resources to help students and educators reenter the in-person school setting with an inclusive mindset.2 Min Read
In 1968, two women, Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Chief Justice Anne Burke combined forces to organize the first Special Olympics event. In the decades since, women have been working behind the scenes in many different roles to coordinate and lead Special Olympics World Games execution.
Special Olympics Board Chairman Timothy Shriver joins the Jake Asman Show to discuss Special Olympics athletes and the upcoming 2022 World Winter Games in Kazan.1 Min Read
Thanks to virtual opportunities and support from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, two unique new regions in Mexico will join the movement of Unified Sports and Unified Schools.2 Min Read
Special Olympics Kenya coaches and athletes lead Fit 5 workouts on a national education broadcast during the COVID-19 pandemic.1 Min Read