The picture shows a group of people who are working on the PRIME project.
The picture shows the PRIME Project Team (from left to right): David Condie (ITF), Katrin Koenen (ICSSPE), Constanze Zinkler (ICSSPE), Richard Bailey (ICSSPE), Ana Carrasco (Ikkaido), Ray Sweeney (Ikkaido), Laura Rosella (WKSI), Gaetan Garcia (TAFISA), Dirk van der Merwe (Ikkaido), Lydia Zijdel (L2 Foundation), Pyrrha Singerling (L2 Foundation), Jane Harvey (ITF), Sergio Lara-Bercial (ICCE), Ken Black (University Worchester), Gabriel Mayr (IT Tralee), Ladislav Petrovic (ICCE)

The PRIME partnership brings together a unique consortium of organisations from different EU Member States. In addition four groups at the forefront of inclusive practices in the martial arts, such as the Ikkaido, Asociation Of Wado Karate Do Kai Shin Gi Tai Italy, International Taekwondo Federation and Hayashi Karatecenter e.V., the partnership includes the International Council for Coaching Excellence, the UNESCO Chair “Transforming the Lives of People with Disabilities, their Families and Communities, Through Physical Education, Sport, Recreation and Fitness” at Tralee Institute of Technology, Ireland, The Association For International Sport for All and, as project manager, the International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education.

The Project is supported by the Sports Coaching Science with Disability Sport Team at the University of Worcester, UK.

 

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