Special Olympics 50Th

Special Olympics celebrates 50 years with the Global Inclusion Movement

The Special Olympics is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a renewed purpose to end discrimination against people with disabilities and create inclusive communities. The “Global Inclusion Movement” will advocate for all aspects of life including sport, health, education, and employment. The movement is aimed to engage and empower young people to create a Unified Generation working toward an inclusive future. 

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