The Center for Sport, Peace, and Society recently completed a five-week exchange program with international leaders in the field of disability sport. As part of the center’s cooperative agreement with the US Department of State and as part of the Global Sports Mentoring Program, the center hosted 15 sport leaders from 13 countries. Participants included a two-time Paralympic gold medalist and the founder of Philippine Accessible Deaf Services. Read more about the participants and the action plans developed during this program.
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