IMAS News & Events

8th November 2019

European Commission throws its weight behind IMART 2020!

International Mixed Ability Sports is excited to announce that the European Commission, through the Erasmus+ Not-for-profit European Sport Events, has agreed to support a week of […]
24th October 2019

The 3rd MIXAR Magazine is online now!

Prior to the final event in Rome, the third issue of the MIXAR Magazine is now available! You can read about the development of Mixed Ability rugby […]
8th October 2019

Partnership brings “listening ear” for Mixed Ability players.

International Mixed Ability Sports are delighted to announce that they have teamed up with registered charity Sports Chaplaincy UK (SCUK). The partnership will see Mixed Ability […]
7th October 2019

Call to open up Referee Assessors role

International Mixed Ability Sports (IMAS) have been leading the national roll out of Mixed Ability Rugby since 2014, employing players with learning disabilities and autism to […]
30th September 2019

La Città di Torino tra i firmatari del Manifesto Mixed Ability!

Siamo lieti di annunciare che la Città di Torino ha deciso di comparire tra i firmatari del Manifesto IMAS per lo Sport Mixed Ability, che lotta […]
30th September 2019

IMAS e il Comune di Settimo Torinese firmano un protocollo d’intesa per il Mixed Ability!

International Mixed Ability Sports è lieta di annunciare che la nostra organizzazione e il Comune di Settimo Torinese hanno sottoscritto un protocollo d’intesa per promuovere il […]
30th September 2019

IMAS y la Tribu en la Escuela de rugby Madiba!

“No hay camino fácil para la libertad en ningún lugar y muchos de nosotros tendremos que pasar por el valle de las sombras una y otra […]
4th September 2019

Learn how to make your boxing club more inclusive with Mixed Ability!

A series of workshops aimed at coaches who want to make boxing at their clubs more inclusive are being launched this October. International Mixed Ability Sports, […]
9th August 2019

MASDP Evaluation report released!

By Dr Jen Dyer, Dr. Rachel Sandford and Dr. Angharad Beckett   The Mixed Ability Sport Development Programme (MASPD) aims to promote social inclusion through sport, […]
2nd August 2019

#WhoSays – Risk, A Necessary Evil?

Earlier this week we posted the latest #WhoSays misconception around disabled people’s inclusion within sport, specifically, ‘who says disabled people might get hurt?’ This concept clearly […]
15th July 2019

#WhoSays – Misconceptions about Mixed Ability

This week see’s the launch of a new campaign by Activity Alliance entitled ‘Who Says?’. The campaign focuses on challenging misconceptions around disability sport and inclusion […]
10th July 2019

IMAS Present in Parliament

As part of National Learning Disability week and at a special ‘Sport You Can’ event, members of the International Mixed Ability Sports team were invited to […]