Football For All Leadership Programme

This is a 2 stage Programme designed to promote employability, entrepreneurship and networking of disabled people in the football industry. Onsite lecture stage - 1 week in Portugal Project development stage - 7 months home based

The Football for All Leadership Programme is the first course specifically designed to promote employability and entrepreneurship of disabled people in the football world. The final objectives of this programme consist in providing a premium education for disabled people who aim to work in the football industry, and to help find a job or to start their own project.

Missão: Educate, develop and integrate the underrepresented global population of people with disabilities in general society, through sports.

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Happy Christmas! Wishing you a bright, positive and inclusive 2021!

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Adeptos de Futebol - Acesso para Todos

A TODAS AS PESSOAS CEGAS OU COM BAIXA VISÃO EM PORTUGAL:

Estamos a realizar um inquérito a nível nacional sobre o interesse desta população no acesso a comentário áudio-descritivo de jogos de futebol.

De acordo com os últimos Censos, havia 163.569 pessoas com deficiência visual em Portugal em 2001 (fonte: INE/PORDATA).
Porque o futebol é para todos, ajudem-nos a recolher o máximo de respostas até 10 de Janeiro de 2021!

Uma iniciativa desenvolvida em parceria com a Amnistia Internacional Portugal e com o apoio da ACAPO - Associação dos Cegos e Amblíopes de Portugal e da ANDDVIS.

docs.google.com Um inquérito a pessoas cegas ou de baixa visão residentes em Portugal Promovido pela Associação sem fins lucrativos Integrated Dreams, com o apoio da Amnistia Internacional Portugal e a ANDDVIS (Associação Nacional de Desporto para Deficientes Visuais)

Football For All Talks - Full Impact Report
Thanks to all our Partners and Speakers for making it happen! 😃

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Football For All Talks Recap

CAFE - Centre for Access to Football in Europe has confirmed that the 2021 Weef of Action will take place from 6 to 14 of March!!

What initiatives are you planning?

📢 SAVE THE DATE!

The 2021 CAFE Week of Action will take place on 6-14 March. We welcome you to join us in celebrating access and inclusion for all!

We will publish our information pack next week, with ideas and suggestions of how you can get involved.

#TotalAccess

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CAFE to host Disability Hate Crimes and Incidents webinar

On Wednesday 9 December at 1500 GMT / 1600 CET, our Partner CAFE - Centre for Access to Football in Europe will be hosting an online Disability Hate Crimes and Incidents webinar to help raise wider awareness of what constitutes a hate crime and the options available to disabled people.

Register here: https://www.cafefootball.eu/forms/disability-hate-crimes-and-incidents-webinar

cafefootball.eu Join CAFE for our latest webinar on Wednesday 9 December, 15:00 GMT / 16:00 CET.

Fantastic final to the Football For All Talks - discussing hopes for medals in Tokyo 2020NE with incredible Gaël Riviere, Moran samuel and Daniel Chan Ho Yuen.

Thanks to everyone who joined and keeps pushing for inclusion and innovation through sport!

CAFE - Centre for Access to Football in Europe Global Disability Innovation Hub European Powerchair Football Association - EPFA IBSA Blind Football U.S. Soccer Federation FIFA GAA ColorADD® – sistema de identificação de cores para daltónicos The Shippey Campaign Celtic FC Bradford City AFC LFC Foundation Everton Football Club Matthew Walzer Leonard Cheshire Eduardo Miguel Maia Eli Wolff Kush Kanodia Sccotish FA TAP - The Ability People Google Elena Popova Alexey Smertin Fundação Benfica KAA Gent Foundation AFL Architects Access Earth Foundación Getafe International Committee of the Red Cross Jochen Kemmer Joana Cal José Pedro Soares

Foundations in Football with Benfica, Everton, Gent and Getafe are live now!

Join here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_T_bBEhCISrS371wdFvdm2A?fbclid=IwAR1I3ffSADoRC3FeGyWm3ac-C0gnDrUo_7azXi_SRoW03vJOE8_j-VU1MeM

Starting now!

Join us and these 3 amazing athletes here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Mzr0oa87RJS5PXmpZf9Ntw

TOMORROW!! INTERNATIONAL DAY OF DISABLED PEOPLE!

Links to register for free 👇

EXTRA EXTRA!! EXCITING NEWS!!

To celebrate International Day of Disabled People on December 3 we prepared a Festival of new and exciting Talks!

1. "Perspectives on Disability - a talk between a disabled fan and a top football player" with Elena Popova (Russian Football Union Disability Access Officer and 2018 Football for All Leadership Programme Alumna) and Alexey Smertin (Russian Football Officer and former professional player) - December 3, 4pm CET / 3pm BST

Free registration link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5aL4DvvZSMmON7JHDdyrzw

2. "Road to Tokyo: the expectations of top athletes for the next Paralympic Games", a conversation with Paralympians Gael Riviere (Blind Football player for France and London 2012 Silver Medalist), Moran Samuel (Para-rower for Israel and Rio 2016 Bronze Medalist) and Daniel Chan Ho Yuen (para-badminton player from Hong Kong, World no. 2 in chase of Gold in Tokyo 2020), moderated by Integrated Dreams founder José Pedro Soares - December 3, 5:30pm CET / 4:30pm BST

Free registration link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Mzr0oa87RJS5PXmpZf9Ntw

3. "Foundations in Football - the right way to improve access and inclusion" with Diego García Diego (Director General, Fundación Getafe C.F.), Nuno Costa (Executive Secretary, Fundação Benfica), Rachael Lomax (Accessibility Advisor, Everton FC) and Wim Beelaert (DAO & Coordinator of KAA Gent Foundation), moderated by CAFE - Centre for Access to Football in Europe DAO Project Manager Jochen Kemmer - December 3, 7pm CET / 6pm BST

Free registration link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_T_bBEhCISrS371wdFvdm2A

Join us!!

Attending the Webinars is free yet we welcome any donations to help fund our efforts in organising these Talks for you.
Please DONATE here: https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=3mFZF6v4gvGnMecv_Coq5Nsf29wJjxBuI2C5OKkfPPSxhk7x2N6-Lz37ld2wu1T0kIf0YmBm-HtdVgEC

Don't miss this Talk TODAY!!

We are very excited for our next Football For All Talk!!

On Monday, November 30, we discuss how the Football For All Leadership Programme has impacted the life of 3 former participants Eduardo Maia, Kieran Burns and Thomas Hosier and what they are doing now.

Tell everyone who may be interested in this training Programme for disabled people pursuing a dream to work in sport - register to attend for free here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OT-rareYQHyhrepg4A3n4w

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Football For All Leadership Programme na Cidade do Futebol

If you know someone disabled who has the dream of working in Sports, make sure to tell them about the Football For All Leadership Programme and Monday's conversation (6pm CET) with 3 Alumni about their experience!

More info 👉 www.integrated-dreams.com

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We are very excited for our next Football For All Talk!!

On Monday, November 30, we discuss how the Football For All Leadership Programme has impacted the life of 3 former participants Eduardo Maia, Kieran Burns and Thomas Hosier and what they are doing now.

Tell everyone who may be interested in this training Programme for disabled people pursuing a dream to work in sport - register to attend for free here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OT-rareYQHyhrepg4A3n4w

This Evening!!

We have a great Talk coming up this Monday, November 23, at 6pm CET, discussing "bringing disabled people's issues to the forefront of the conversation".

We are delighted to have this conversation with:

- Eli Wolff (Director of the Power of Sport Lab, Sport Management educator and co-founder and advisor to the Sport and Society Initiative at Brown University)

- Jess Markt (International Committee of the Red Cross - ICRC Disability Sport and Inclusion Advisor)

- Joyce Cook CBE, OBE (FIFA Chief Social Responsibility and Education Officer)

- Kush Kanodia MBA (Disability & BAME Rights Champion, Advisor/Board Member to many organisations and award winning social entrepreneur).

Register for free here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tHhDZ3dUQQSDGC6TMp5LWw

EXTRA EXTRA!! EXCITING NEWS!!

To celebrate International Day of Disabled People on December 3 we prepared a Festival of new and exciting Talks!

1. "Perspectives on Disability - a talk between a disabled fan and a top football player" with Elena Popova (Russian Football Union Disability Access Officer and 2018 Football for All Leadership Programme Alumna) and Alexey Smertin (Russian Football Officer and former professional player) - December 3, 4pm CET / 3pm BST

Free registration link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5aL4DvvZSMmON7JHDdyrzw

2. "Road to Tokyo: the expectations of top athletes for the next Paralympic Games", a conversation with Paralympians Gael Riviere (Blind Football player for France and London 2012 Silver Medalist), Moran Samuel (Para-rower for Israel and Rio 2016 Bronze Medalist) and Daniel Chan Ho Yuen (para-badminton player from Hong Kong, World no. 2 in chase of Gold in Tokyo 2020), moderated by Integrated Dreams founder José Pedro Soares - December 3, 5:30pm CET / 4:30pm BST

Free registration link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Mzr0oa87RJS5PXmpZf9Ntw

3. "Foundations in Football - the right way to improve access and inclusion" with Diego García Diego (Director General, Fundación Getafe C.F.), Nuno Costa (Executive Secretary, Fundação Benfica), Rachael Lomax (Accessibility Advisor, Everton FC) and Wim Beelaert (DAO & Coordinator of KAA Gent Foundation), moderated by CAFE - Centre for Access to Football in Europe DAO Project Manager Jochen Kemmer - December 3, 7pm CET / 6pm BST

Free registration link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_T_bBEhCISrS371wdFvdm2A

Join us!!

Attending the Webinars is free yet we welcome any donations to help fund our efforts in organising these Talks for you.
Please DONATE here: https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=3mFZF6v4gvGnMecv_Coq5Nsf29wJjxBuI2C5OKkfPPSxhk7x2N6-Lz37ld2wu1T0kIf0YmBm-HtdVgEC

We have a great Talk coming up this Monday, November 23, at 6pm CET, discussing "bringing disabled people's issues to the forefront of the conversation".

We are delighted to have this conversation with:

- Eli Wolff (Director of the Power of Sport Lab, Sport Management educator and co-founder and advisor to the Sport and Society Initiative at Brown University)

- Jess Markt (International Committee of the Red Cross - ICRC Disability Sport and Inclusion Advisor)

- Joyce Cook CBE, OBE (FIFA Chief Social Responsibility and Education Officer)

- Kush Kanodia MBA (Disability & BAME Rights Champion, Advisor/Board Member to many organisations and award winning social entrepreneur).

Register for free here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tHhDZ3dUQQSDGC6TMp5LWw

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Ulster GAA Wheelchair Hurling

Great conversations make the World go round!
Thanks to our speakers yesterday (Ger McTavish, Mirek Krogulec and Victoria Austin).

We didn't have the chance to share GAA's video on wheelchair hurling during the Talk so here it is now!

Stay tuned for some great news in the coming days!!

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This Evening! Join us!

One more Football for All Talk coming up on Monday, November 16 - we discuss how other sports are promoting inclusion with Special Olympics (Miroslaw Krogulec, Director, Sports and Organizational Development, Europe/Euroasia) and GAA - the Gaelic Athletic Association - (Geraldine McTavish, Diversity & Inclusion Officer), and the contributions of the Global Disability Innovation Hub (CEO Victoria Austin) towards a more inclusive sports landscape.

Very much looking forward to this conversation - register for free here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0-hHJY4DSnGIfXgvrhZAWA

One more Football for All Talk coming up on Monday, November 16 - we discuss how other sports are promoting inclusion with Special Olympics (Miroslaw Krogulec, Director, Sports and Organizational Development, Europe/Euroasia) and GAA - the Gaelic Athletic Association - (Geraldine McTavish, Diversity & Inclusion Officer), and the contributions of the Global Disability Innovation Hub (CEO Victoria Austin) towards a more inclusive sports landscape.

Very much looking forward to this conversation - register for free here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0-hHJY4DSnGIfXgvrhZAWA

Today!!

Next Monday, November 9, we discuss the benefits of inclusive employment with Liz Johnson Founder of TAP - The Ability People, Leonard Cheshire and The Scottish FA.

A conversation moderated by CAFE - Centre for Access to Football in Europe

Register for free here: https://lnkd.in/du295Pd

Tomorrow we talk to Liz Johnson, paralympian and Founder of The Ability People (TAP).

TAP is a ‘for profit’, social enterprise dedicated to empowering the skilled global disability population.

They advise, educate, empower and support positive change and specialist teams in ‘talent sourcing’ who recruit for household names companies and SME’s on both a permanent & contract basis.

More on inclusive employment tomorrow, 5pm BST.
Register FOR FREE here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M8vOzGuIR5K4oI3NPLBQ8A

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Paul McNeill, Head of Community Development at the Scottish FA talks to us on Monday about equality and inclusive employment.

Join us for free at 5pm BST/6pm CET. All you need to do is register through this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M8vOzGuIR5K4oI3NPLBQ8A

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Disability Inclusive Employment Talk on Monday, November 9!

We discuss with Leonard Cheshire a UK charity supporting disabled people to claim their rights, access quality learning and work, and live as they choose.

Register for free! Link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M8vOzGuIR5K4oI3NPLBQ8A

[photo: Leonard Cheshire logo]

Next Monday, November 9, we discuss the benefits of inclusive employment with Liz Johnson Founder of TAP - The Ability People, Leonard Cheshire and The Scottish FA.

A conversation moderated by CAFE - Centre for Access to Football in Europe

Register for free here: https://lnkd.in/du295Pd

The Shippey Campaign

The Shippey Campaign is a registered UK charity and was founded by Kate Shippey MBE & Peter Shippey MBE as a result of their groundbreaking innovation of Sensory Viewing Rooms in Sports Stadia.

Kate and Peter will be joining our panel tomorrow, Monday November 2nd, to discuss the links between inclusion and innovation.

Join us!

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Making a more helpful home for everyone — Google Nest & Reeve Foundation - YouTube

This Monday, Google's Conversation Design Lead - Cathy Pearl - is joining the Football For All Talk on inclusion and innovation. Google Nest is an example of a tool that can make a home more helpful for everyone.

Check it out and join the Talk by registering here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_d83aXfRdT4Wgx3TsIbh7mQ

youtube.com Google Nest is partnering with the Reeve Foundation to make a more helpful home for everyone. You can join us in making a difference. Just say to your Google As...

Did you know that 1 in 12 men are colorblind?

ColorADD is the Color Alphabet to help colorblind people navigate through a colorful world.

Its founder, Miguel Neiva, will be on Monday's Talk to discuss innovation and inclusion.

Join us!!

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The FlyEase Journey

"Innovation and inspiration at Nike often start with the simple act of listening to the voice of the athlete. As expressed within its mission statement, the company believes: If you have a body, you’re an athlete, which means insights may come from professionals, but they also arrive from unexpected places.

Over the years, renowned Nike designer Tobie Hatfield has been involved in a number of projects that address these insights. One project that was on his radar for over three years was an entry-and-closure system for athletes who have trouble getting in and out of shoes, and securing them. While developing samples for a few of these individuals, Hatfield remained determined that the system be scalable for mass production. Enter inspiration Matthew Walzer."

Matthew Walzer is a hero and will be on Monday's Football For All Talk to inspire us on how inclusion can promote innovation.

Register here: https://lnkd.in/dWQMRhM

#Nike #Nikesportswear

news.nike.com Video captures the exceptional story behind Nike FlyEase: an easy-entry footwear system designed by Tobie Hatfield to help athletes of all abilities and ages perform better.

Thanks to our guest FIFA's Hala Ousta for yesterday's Talk - great conversation and public interaction!

And now, get ready for some announcements!

Next Talk is on "How can Inclusion be an open door for Innovation?" - Monday November 2, 6pm CET, 5pm BST - with Google, The Shippey Campaign, Color Add and Matthew Walzer
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_d83aXfRdT4Wgx3TsIbh7mQ

AND...we have added an extra session on "Disability Inclusive Employment" on November 9, 6pm CET, 5pm BST - with Liz Johnson, Paralympian and Founder of TAP - The Ability People, Leonard Cheshire, the Scottish FA (Scotland National Team) and our own Integrated Dreams ☺️ with CAFE - Centre for Access to Football in Europe's Jochen Kemmer moderating!
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M8vOzGuIR5K4oI3NPLBQ8A

Looking forward to having you!

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