Provides young people of all abilities the opportunities to be agents of change in their classrooms, schools and communities. By developing their leadership skills help students find their voices and teach them to become change agents in their communities by promoting equity and acceptance. Social inclusion is best fostered when activities within the classroom, school, and community are designed and implemented by a diverse group of students within a school.
Special Olympics Thailand partners with Youth Leaders from a local university to create learning tools for students with intellectual disabilities.4 Min Read
Special Olympics Cape Verde Youth Leaders Edna and Clenira know that improving digital accessibility is essential to building a more inclusive world.1 Min Read
This work is crucial, especially in the continuing fight to prevent the spread of COVID-19.1 Min Read
National University’s Social and Emotional Harmony program Partners with Special Olympics to Mentor Youth Leaders
National University’s Social and emotional Harmony program partners with Special Olympics to mentor Youth Leaders.3 Min Read
Special Olympics MENA youth are prioritizing the inclusion of persons with disabilities as a critical need of the hour.1 Min Read
Sahil's mother has watched her son Sahil, who has Down Syndrome, grow into a confident and social Youth Leader since Play Unified: Learn Unified was introduced to his school.2 Min Read