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An Active Inclusive Capital: Supporting deaf and disabled Londoners to be physically active throughout the capital 

Friday 25 August 2017

An Active Inclusive Capital sets out a strategic framework to support deaf and disabled Londoners to become as physically active as non-disabled people in the capital.

Beginning with a platform of targeted activities to embed consideration of the needs of deaf and disabled Londoners into physical activity and sport commissioning, An Active Inclusive Capital proposes four strategic priority areas to better enable deaf and disabled Londoners to play a full part in the development of physical activity and sport:

  1. Establish deaf and disabled people as central to the development of physical activity and sport policies, programmes and delivery

  2. Build and maintain collaboration between organisations inside and outside of sport to reach more deaf and disabled people and inspire increased levels of physical activity

  3. Ensure organisations are supported and encouraged to create and deliver inclusive activities

  4. Develop a more representative, motivation and well-trained workforce

Find out more and download An Active Inclusive Capital here

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