International Women’s Day
Extraordinary and talented women worldwide are forging change. At Special Olympics Asia Pacific, we are surrounded by women of grit who smash stereotypes and break biases every day to lead, motivate and bring about much needed change.2 Min Read
International Women’s Day: Celebrating the Accomplishments of Emanuelle “Manu” Dutra Fernandes de Souza
Emanuelle Dutra Fernandes de Souza, better known as “Manu,” is a 24-year-old Special Olympics Brazil athlete who embodies the spirit of inclusion.2 Min Read
Ana Fernanda practica la gimnasia artística en Special Olympics Mexico, compitiendo a nivel nacional e internacional. También estudia en el Centro de Inclusión Municipal y Adaptación para Personas con Discapacidad – CIMAD, y toma cursos de computación. Es joven, pero sabe perfectamente la importancia de un mundo realmente inclusivo.2 Min Read
A Message about inclusion from NFL Assistance Coach Jennifer King.1 Min Read
Video highlighting the increasing number of participation by female athletes.
It was a moment to remember for Saudi Arabia as the women’s Bocce team took home its first-ever medal at Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019.1 Min Read
Loretta Claiborne, who has been involved in Special Olympics since 1970, shares the story of women’s empowerment through Special Olympics and sports.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we are celebrating the women participating in the 2019 World Games in Abu Dhabi.1 Min Read
In honor of International Women’s Day, we are celebrating the women participating in the 2019 World Games in Abu Dhabi.
Harper’s Bazaar Arabia is honoring Special Olympics female athletes in an eight-page spread as part of its March issue.1 Min Read