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Looking for inspiration? Our Youth Leaders have designed and completed over 580 projects around the world, involving everything from sports to advocacy to art. Explore the project profiles to see how young people are transforming the world to be more inclusive, one community at a time.

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The Stand Up for Inclusion project aims to promote awareness for inclusion through educational sessions.
Soin and Ananias will create a community wellness program for people with and without intellectual disabilities.
Sebenzile's project will help people with and without intellectual disabilities from connections through solving puzzles together.
Luthayna will promote inclusion in her community by educating her peers about advocacy and unified activities.
Francesca and Exsaul are Special Olympics Youth Leaders from Panama who are planning a Unified Sports Day to encourage Unified Schools in their community to become Unified Champion Schools and to highlight the skills and abilities of students with intellectual disabilities.
Troy is a Special Olympics Youth Leader from British Columbia, Canada, who will lead a Youth Innovation Project to introduce individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families in the Greater Vancouver Area to Special Olympics British Columbia sports and health programs through a series of day camps.
Kinley and Craig are Special Olympics Youth Leaders from Wyoming, USA who will lead a Youth Innovation Project to promote inclusion through growing Unified Sports programming at their high school.
Mirielle and Makenna are Special Olympics Youth Leaders from Southern California, USA.
Allison is a Special Olympics Youth Leader from Nova Scotia who will lead a Youth Innovation Project to raise awareness and foster inclusion through participation in a Unified basketball tournament.
Josecarlos is a Special Olympics Youth Leader from Peru who is interested in expanding opportunities for youth to be involved in the community.
David and Calvin are Special Olympics Youth Leaders from Kenya who will lead a Youth Innovation Project to educate young people on how to appropriately use social media and other online sources of communication.
Carmen and Noemie are Special Olympics Youth Leaders from Mauritius who will lead a Youth Innovation Project in partnership with the University of Mauritius to spread the message of inclusion.

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