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Business life’s “Oscar Gala” to support the Hungarian Paralympic Team for Paris Paralympics

On 25 May, 2024 the National Association of Managers hosted the 29th Manager of the Year Awards, considered as the „Oscar Gala” of the domestic business world. The nearly 35 year old organisation celebrated business excellences with more than 300 guests at the Budapest Marriott Hotel. The Hungarian Paralympic Team was also in the spotlight at this year’s gala, as the proceeds of the event’s charity raffle draw – more than 2.88 million Hungarian forints – were donated in full to the team’s preparations for Paris.

’This is an award given to an outstanding top manager on the basis of his or her outstanding achievements in the previous year, who has not only focused on business success in their career, but has also demonstrated over many years a sense of social responsibility that can serve as an example for everyone’, emphasised about the award István Kapitány, President of the National Association of Managers.

And indeed, the spirit of the event reflects the importance of social responsibility: the gala dinner opened with a compilation of the medal winners of the Tokyo Paralympics, followed by a welcome speech by László Szabó, President of the Hungarian Paralympic Committee. ’The gesture of the Managers’ Association means much more to us than the money raised. The fact that a community of the country’s most successful senior managers has taken notice of our activities and the achievements of our athletes is a source of pride in itself,” said László Szabó after the event.

As a result of the raffle purchases of the participants, a total of 2 885 000 forints were raised for the Hungarian Paralympic Team, which may reach 40-50 members by the end of the qualification period for the Paralympic Games in Paris.

The winners of the 29th Manager of the Year Awards Gala, based on their achievements in 2023:

  • Manager of the Year Award: Jelasity Radovan, CEO of Erste Bank
  • Manager of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award: Erik Bogsch, CEO of Richter Gedeon Plc.
  • Female Manager of the Year Special Award: Beáta Juvancz, Managing Director of BlackRock
  • Special Award for Manager of the Year for Society: Norbert Fogarasi, Managing Director of Morgan Stanley Hungary Analysis Ltd.
  • Blue Innovation Special Award: Tímea Jamniczky, CEO of JCDecaux Hungary
  • Young Manager of the Year Award: Szabados Márk, Managing Director of Mogyi Ltd.
  • Manager of the Year for the Green Economy Special Award: Anita Simon, Deputy CEO for Sustainability and Circular Economy, ALTEO Plc.
  • Manager of the Future Special Award: Bálint Fazekas, Managing Director of Euronics / Vöröskő Ltd.

Driving Alert: Preventing Microsleep Behind the Wheel

As summer unfolds, so does a crucial project in Slovakia focused on preventing microsleep while driving. This initiative gains momentum during this season, particularly due to the long journeys people embark on for vacations abroad, where drivers are most susceptible to overestimating their abilities behind the wheel. Spearheaded by the Slovak Paralympic Committee (SPV) in collaboration with its principal partner, Allianz, this project aims to raise awareness and curb the dangers associated with microsleep.

Microsleep stands as one of the foremost adversaries of drivers, often leading to severe traffic accidents. Lasting mere fractions of a second or up to half a minute, microsleep episodes occur even with open eyes, during which individuals are oblivious to external stimuli. For drivers, this lapse in consciousness can result in a loss of control over the vehicle, with potentially catastrophic consequences.

Colonel Tomáš Vrábel, Director of the Traffic Police Department, emphasizes the gravity of microsleep-related accidents, underlining the need for drivers to refrain from operating a vehicle when fatigued or otherwise impaired. He stresses the human cost of such tragedies, urging individuals to prioritize road safety over haste or negligence.

Drawing from their frontline experiences, rescue workers echo the importance of effective prevention strategies. Peter Skržek from AP Rescue underscores the significance of adequate rest before driving and the necessity of regular breaks and hydration during journeys. Even simple measures like chewing gum or taking brief naps can help mitigate the risk of microsleep-induced accidents.

Ján Riapoš, Chairman of the SPV, shares a deeply personal perspective, having been a victim of a microsleep-related accident himself. His story serves as a poignant reminder of the life-altering consequences of fatigue behind the wheel. Riapoš advocates for a shift in priorities, emphasizing the intrinsic value of human life over professional commitments.

Traffic expert Alex Štefuca delves into the mechanics of microsleep and its implications for road safety. He stresses the critical need for drivers to recognize the warning signs of fatigue and prioritize rest over the pressing demands of travel.

Lucia Strnad Muthová, administrator of the Allianz Foundation, highlights the collaborative efforts between Allianz and the SPV in driving this preventive campaign. By leveraging the credibility and personal narratives of para-athletes, the initiative seeks to resonate with audiences and effect meaningful behavioral change.

In conclusion, the fight against microsleep requires collective vigilance and a commitment to prioritizing safety on the roads. By heeding the lessons shared by experts and survivors alike, drivers can take proactive steps to mitigate the risks associated with fatigue behind the wheel. Let us remember that a moment’s lapse in attention can have far-reaching consequences, underscoring the need for unwavering diligence and responsibility while driving.

Olympics and Paralympics are also competitions for clothing companies – a fashion show in the spirit of inclusivity

On 6 May 2024, the Hungarian Sports Day, sixteen top athletes and twenty invited celebrities presented the uniforms of the Hungarian Olympic and Paralympic Team. For the opening ceremony of the Paris Olympics and Paralympics, the marching costume is designed and produced by Heavy Tools, while the sportswear is made by Adidas and Tisza, and the celebratory clothing is made with the cooperation of Roland Fashion House and Kézmű. Boglárka Telegdy-Kapás, who is traveling to her fourth Olympics, and Illés Fanni, who is now preparing to defend her Paralympic title as a mother, stood out among the models, but the singer-rapper T. Danny and the Actress of the Nation, Dorottya Udvaros also appeared on the catwalk. In addition, the representatives of the brands, the relevant sports managers, and from the sponsoring side, representatives of the Hungarian National Bank, Hungarian Post and the national lottery company (’Szerencsejáték Zrt.’) also participated as speakers.

The state secretary responsible for sports Ádám Schmidt greeted the participants of the large-scale event. ’In Hungarian sports, we strive to be the best in all areas, and this is also the case with the appearance of our athletes. The team uniform is not only aesthetic but also a symbol of pride. It shows the hard work of many years and decades, which is essential for someone to wear the national colors.’ he emphasized in his speech.

The president of the Hungarian Olympic Committee, Zsolt Gyulay, spoke about the goals of the Olympic team and announced the two captains of the Hungarian Olympic Team in Paris: three-times Olympic champion sabre-fencer Áron Szilágyi and Olympic bronze medallist swimmer Boglárka Kapás. The president of the Hungarian Paralympic Committee, László Szabó, recalled the uniforms of the old days and drew attention to the inclusive nature of sport. ’The audience of today’s fashion show was able to see not able-bodied and disabled, not wheelchair-bound and visually impaired, but proud Hungarian sportsmen and celebrities’, he emphasized in his speech.

A total of six tours were presented on the catwalks of the Várkert Bazaar event hall, where eight Olympians, eight Paralympians and twenty invited celebrities presented their uniforms. Among the Olympians, handball player Kinga Debreczeni-Klivinyi, pentathlon athlete Michelle Gulyás, wrestler Dávid Losonczi, judokas Szofi Özbas and Krisztián Tóth, and swimmers Márton Richárd, Ádám Telegdy and Telegdy-Kapás Boglárka shone on the catwalk to present the Adidas-designed sportswear, the celebratory clothes of Roland Fashion House and Heavy Tools. The representatives of the three brands – Fanny Lanctot, brand director of Adidas, Szonja Berendi, brand director of Roland Fashion House, and László Doroszlay, managing director of Heavy Tools – talked about what cooperation with the Olympians means in the life of their business.

Several of the Paralympians have already routinely moved on the catwalk, as the Hungarian Paralympic Team previously held a fashion show before Rio and Tokyo. This year, the audience was able to learn more about the Paralympic sportswear collection designed and produced by Tisza in the interpretation of athlete Zoltán Bessenyey, dressage rider Ildikó Fonyódi, swimmers Fanni Illés, Bence Iván and Bianka Pap, badminton player Róbert Kertész and fencers Anna Nádasdy and Richard Osváth. The representatives of Tisza and Kézmű, as well as Zema, which provides jewelry for models – László Vidák, the owner of Tisza, Dezső Madarász, public procurement and purchasing director of Kézmű, and Erzsébet Papp, the creative director of Zema – reported on what inspired them in a podium discussion. during the creation of collections, and why supporting Hungarian athletes is important to them.

The programme of the fashion show was also enriched by the issuance of the Olympic-Paralympic commemorative medal of the Hungarian National Bank. Vice-President of the Bank, Csaba Kandrács emphasized that ’in the spirit of equality, integration and inclusion, the Hungarian National Bank wants to display the message ‘one team – one country’ on the commemorative coin.’

Among the supporters’ representatives, Andrea Mager, the president and CEO of the national lottery company (’Szerencsejáték Zrt.’) also greeted the audience of the fashion show. The national lottery company has been a committed supporter of Hungarian sports successes since its foundation, for three decades now, and is currently a strategic partner of the Hungarian Olympic and Paralympic Committees. According to its partnership with the Hungarian Olympic Committee, it supports not only the Olympic preparation, but also the preparation for the winter and summer European Youth Olympic Festivals and the European Games. It mainly contributes to the preparation of the Paralympics by subsidising sports equipment, but the company also pays special attention to the social inclusion of people with disabilities in addition to supporting paralympics: for 20 years now, it has been operating its lottery ticket sales network exclusively for employees with disabilities, as well as – with children with disabilities in mind – participates in the creation of inclusive playgrounds.

Special thanks to all participants and members of the press for honoring the event, as well as the sponspors and supporters for contributing to the show!

Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris 2024: A Global Call for Peace

In what promises to be a historic event, the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris 2024 are set to captivate the world from July 26 to August 11 and August 28 to September 8, respectively. However, beyond the realm of sports, a significant initiative has been undertaken to promote peace on a global scale.

A UN General Assembly resolution, spearheaded by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), calls for adherence to the Olympic Truce from July 19 to September 15, 2024. This truce aims to foster peace during and after the games, transcending geopolitical tensions and conflicts.

In a compelling address preceding the resolution’s adoption, Thomas Bach, President of the IOC, underscored the paramount importance of this truce in today’s tumultuous world. He emphasized that the Olympics serve as a beacon of hope, demonstrating that nations can unite in peaceful competition despite their differences. Bach’s words echo the foundational principles of the Olympic movement: solidarity, friendship, and respect.

Tony Estanguet, President of the Paris 2024 Organizing Committee, echoed Bach’s sentiments, highlighting the symbolic significance of the Olympic Village as a microcosm of global harmony. He emphasized that the Games offer a profound opportunity to showcase the universal values of diversity and inclusion.

Crucially, the resolution emphasizes the equal representation of male and female athletes, reflecting a commitment to gender equality in sports—a cause championed by both the UN and the IOC.

The resolution’s broader objective is to leverage the power of sports as a catalyst for peace and reconciliation. By engaging in dialogue and fostering understanding through athletic competition, the Olympic and Paralympic Games serve as a catalyst for positive change on the world stage.

Paris, as the host city, has embraced its role in promoting peace through sports. By adhering to the principles of the Olympic Truce and welcoming athletes from diverse backgrounds, Paris 2024 embodies the spirit of unity and cooperation.

In conclusion, the Olympic and Paralympic Games transcend mere athletic competition; they represent a collective endeavor to build a better world through sports. As nations come together in Paris, let us heed the call for peace and solidarity, recognizing the transformative power of sports in fostering global harmony.

The Transformative Legacy of CSR for ParaSport: Paving the Way for Inclusivity

In the realm of parasports, the Corporate Social Responsibility for ParaSport project has left an indelible mark on parasport, igniting a revolution of inclusivity and empowerment. As we reflect on its legacy, it becomes evident that the consortium’s commitment to CSR has transcended mere corporate obligation, becoming a catalyst for social change and redefining the landscape of parasports across a smaller part of Europe.

Inclusivity isn’t just a noble aspiration; it’s a fundamental principle that drives progress and societal change. Among the myriad initiatives aimed at fostering inclusivity, the EU Project CSR for ParaSport stands out as a beacon of collaboration and empowerment. Spearheaded by the Institution for Corporate Social Responsibility in Croatia in partnership with counterparts from the Croatian, Slovakian, Hungaryan and Slovenian Paralympic Committees, this project has left an indelible mark on the landscape of parasport.

CSR for ParaSport was built upon the principle of leveraging corporate social responsibility to promote and support paralympic sports. By harnessing the resources and expertise of both public and private entities, the project aimed to break down barriers, challenge stereotypes, and create a more inclusive sporting environment for individuals with disabilities.

One of the most significant legacies of this project lies in its emphasis on development. Through targeted initiatives and outreach programs, the participating Paralympic committees worked tirelessly to engage local communities and organizations in the promotion of parasport. By fostering a culture of inclusivity from the ground up, they laid the foundation for sustainable growth and long-term impact.

The CSR for ParaSport project also played a pivotal role in raising awareness and changing perceptions surrounding disability and sports. Through strategic communication campaigns and educational workshops, the project challenged stereotypes and showcased the incredible athleticism and determination of Paralympic athletes. By highlighting the stories of resilience and triumph, they inspired individuals to embrace the power of parasports as a tool for personal growth and social change.

Beyond its immediate impact, CSR for ParaSport leaves behind a legacy of collaboration and partnership. By bringing together stakeholders from across borders and sectors, the project demonstrated the power of collective action in driving positive change. Through shared goals and mutual respect, the participating committees set a shining example of what can be achieved when organizations unite behind a common cause.

As we reflect on the legacy of the EU Project CSR for ParaSport, it’s clear that its impact extends far beyond the realm of sports. By promoting inclusivity, challenging stereotypes, and fostering collaboration, the project has paved the way for a more equitable and compassionate society. As we look to the future, let us carry forward the lessons learned and continue to champion the cause of parasport, ensuring that every individual has the opportunity to pursue their athletic dreams, regardless of their ability.

Exploring CSR for ParaSport: The Fifth Meeting in Laško, Slovenia

In the heart of Slovenia lies a town nestled amidst picturesque landscapes, known as Laško. On a crisp February 13th, our team from the Croatian Paralympic Committee embarked on a journey to this enchanting destination for a pivotal meeting concerning an EU project centered around corporate social responsibility (CSR) for ParaSport.

As we traversed through winding roads, flanked by mountains and lush forests, anticipation filled the air. Laško awaited, not just as a mere location on the map but as a realm of possibilities for fostering inclusivity and empowerment through sports.

Arriving in Laško, we were greeted by the warm hospitality of its people, echoing the essence of community and collaboration. The meeting convened in a serene setting, allowing us to immerse ourselves fully in the agenda at hand—to explore avenues where CSR initiatives could intersect with ParaSport, enhancing accessibility and opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

The discussions were invigorating, fueled by a collective passion to drive positive change. We delved deep into the significance of corporate engagement in supporting ParaSport, recognizing it not only as a moral imperative but also as a strategic investment in social impact.

Moreover, Laško provided an inspiring backdrop for us to reflect on the transformative power of sports. We were reminded of the universal language that sports speak, transcending barriers of ability, age, and background.

Through this experience, we gained invaluable insights into the nuanced dynamics of CSR implementation within the realm of ParaSport. From fostering partnerships with local communities to leveraging technology for inclusive sports solutions, the possibilities seemed boundless.

As the sun dipped below the horizon, casting a golden glow over the tranquil landscapes of Laško, our journey reached its conclusion. Yet, the seeds of inspiration planted during our time in this charming town continue to flourish within us.

Our trip to Laško was not just a business endeavor; it was a testament to the transformative power of collaboration, empathy, and innovation. In the pursuit of CSR for ParaSport, we embark on a journey fueled by purpose, driven by passion, and guided by the unwavering belief that together we can create a more inclusive and equitable world for all.

As we bid farewell to Laško, we carry with us not only memories of a constructive meeting but also a renewed commitment to championing the cause of ParaSport—one step, one stride at a time.

Two world-class swimmers to promote the Hungarian Parasport Day

Every year, the Hungarian Paralympic Committee appoints the ambassador couple of the Hungarian Parasport Day. In 2024 Zsófia Konkoly Paralympic, world and European champion swimmer and Kristóf Rasovszky Olympic silver medalist, world and European champion long-distance swimmer took on the role of ambassadors.

The Hungarian National Assembly unanimously adopted the five-party initiative of the Committee on Cultural Affairs at its meeting on 12 December, 2017, and therefore, a national day was appointed for Hungarian sports, parasports, school sports and Hungarian deaf sports. Hungarian Parasport Day is celebrated every year on 22 February. This date is symbolic, because on this day in 1970, the Olivér Halassy Sports Club of the Disabled was established in the “Mozgásjavító” Elementary School and Student’s Residence.

The Hungarian Paralympic Committee and the National Association of Student, Competitive and Leisure Sports of the Disabled (hereinafter: FODISZ) are preparing meaningful programmes for the event this year, as well. The traditional ’Soul Mover’ („Lélekmozgató) programme is announced again, in which domestic and foreign kindergarteners, primary, secondary school and higher education students can try the sports games during physical education classes or participate in awareness-raising programmes. The programme is also joined by local governments, child protection and social institutions and this year, as “newcomers”, sports clubs. In accordance with previous traditions, the participants will commemorate former Paralympians and organise an international parasport conference, as well.

This work is largely supported by the ambassadors of the Hungarian Parasport Day, whose main task is to promote the movement and introduce as many people as possible to the values ​​of sports for people with disabilities. This year, the organisers have chosen two world-class swimmers, Paralympic champion Zsófia Konkoly and Olympic silver medalist Kristóf Rasovszky.

Zsófia Konkoly‘s right hand was not fully developed since her birth, but her injury did not hinder her from developing her swimming talent. She competed with able-bodied swimmers for a long time, then she got to know the world of parasports: her first role model was Tamás Sors, ​​also born in Pécs. Zsófi’s talent quickly showed itself: already at the 2016 Rio Paralympics – at the age of fourteen – she won a bronze medal. Five years later, in Tokyo, she did her best and gained one gold and two silver medals. She won a Paralympic quota again at the 2023 World Championships in Manchester, so we can cheer for her at the Paris Games this year, as well. In addition to her sports career, she is also pursuing university studies at the University of Pécs in the field of social work, as it is important for her to help and support those living in a similar situation.

Kristóf Rasovszky‘s best-known results are related to open water swimming, but at the same time, he is also doing better and better in the pool: at the 2023 World Championships in Fukuoka, he was a finalist in the 1,500-meter freestyle and eventually took 6th place. Kristóf is a really social person, which is proven by the fact that, studying in one of the strongest high schools in the country, he did not want to be a private student, while doing elite sports. He is currently an electrical engineering student at the Technical Informatics Faculty of Pannon University. He has already received several prestigious domestic and international recognitions: he was chosen as the male long-distance swimmer of the year in the 2018 and 2019 polls of the European Swimming Federation and, in 2019 he also became the male open water swimmer of the year at the International Swimming Federation.

In addition to the Paralympic and Olympic preparations, our two ambassadors promote Hungarian Parasport Day in several forums, and our world-class athletes will be present at the Parasport Day central events. Join our events and follow the programme at https://fodisz.hu/mpn2024/

Empowering Through Education: Train the End Users Education by the Croatian Paralympic Committee

In the pursuit of fostering inclusivity and empowerment within the realm of parasports, we at the Croatian Paralympic Committee embarked on an journey with their Train the End Users education. This initiative, conducted as part of the CSR for ParaSport project, aimed to equip individuals with disabilities with the knowledge and skills necessary to actively participate and engage in parasports. In December 2023, during the Recreational games held in Poreč, this program came to fruition, leaving a lasting impact on both participants and spectators alike.

The Train the End Users program was not just about teaching the basics of parasports; it was about instilling confidence, breaking barriers, and creating opportunities for those with disabilities to thrive. With the support of dedicated trainers and volunteers, individuals were provided with tailored guidance and resources to help them navigate the world of parasports with ease.

One of the key components of the program was its holistic approach towards education. Participants were educated on the importance of teamwork, resilience and perseverance. Through interactive videos and practical sessions, they learned to overcome obstacles and push beyond their limits, proving that determination knows no bounds.

The success of the Train the End Users program was further amplified by the Train the Trainer education that preceded it. Trainers were equipped with the knowledge and skills required to effectively support and guide individuals with disabilities, enabling them to serve as mentors and advocates for inclusive parasports participation.

The recreational games in Poreč served as the perfect platform to showcase the culmination of these efforts. Participants took to the field with newfound confidence and enthusiasm, challenging stereotypes and inspiring others with their sheer determination and passion for parasports. The spirit of camaraderie and sportsmanship that permeated the event was a testament to the transformative power of initiatives like the Train the End Users program.

Beyond the confines of the games, the impact of this program continues to spark conversations and drive positive change. By breaking down barriers and promoting inclusivity, the Croatian Paralympic Committee has not only enriched the lives of individuals with disabilities but has also paved the way for a more inclusive and equitable society.

As we reflect on the journey of the Train the End Users program, we are reminded of the immense potential that lies within each and every individual, regardless of their abilities. Through education, empowerment, and unwavering support, we can create a world where everyone has the opportunity to thrive and shine, both on and off the field.

Promoting Inclusion through Good Practice Video: The Impact of the Croatian Paralympic Committee’s Collaboration with Allianz d.d.

In a world where diversity and inclusion are increasingly recognized as crucial values, initiatives that promote the integration of people with disabilities into various facets of society stand out as beacons of progress. Recently, the Croatian Paralympic Committee, in collaboration with Allianz d.d., unveiled an informative video showcasing the importance of inclusion, not only in parasports but also within the private sector. This partnership exemplifies a commendable effort towards fostering a more inclusive society where individuals of all abilities are valued and given equal opportunities.

The video produced by the Croatian Paralympic Committee and Allianz d.d. serves as a powerful reminder of the transformative power of parasports and corporate collaboration in breaking down barriers and promoting understanding. Through compelling storytelling and heartfelt narrative, the video illustrates how this collaboration helps in developing a more sustainable and inclusive workplace for athletes with disabilities.

One of the most striking aspects of the video is its emphasis on the general inclusion of people with disabilities in parasports. By showcasing the determination and resilience of Paralympic athletes, the video not only celebrates their achievements but also challenges societal perceptions surrounding disability. It highlights the immense talent and athleticism present within the disabled community, shattering stereotypes and inspiring viewers to recognize the potential in every individual, regardless of their physical abilities.

Moreover, the video goes beyond the realm of sports to underscore the importance of inclusion in the private sector. Through interviews with an employee of Allianz d.d., the audience gains insight into the company’s commitment to creating an inclusive environment. By implementing projects and initiatives that accommodate children and adults with disabilities, Allianz d.d. sets a commendable example for other corporations, demonstrating that diversity and inclusion are not just moral imperatives but also strategic business decisions that lead to innovation and success.

The collaboration between the Croatian Paralympic Committee and Allianz d.d. exemplifies the power of partnership in driving social change. By leveraging their respective platforms and resources, they amplify the message of inclusion, reaching a wider audience and sparking meaningful conversations about disability rights and representation. Through initiatives like this video, they pave the way for a more inclusive society where people with disabilities are afforded equal opportunities to thrive and contribute.

Ultimately, that video serves as a poignant reminder that inclusion is not merely a buzzword but a fundamental principle that should underpin every aspect of society. Whether in parasports or the corporate world, embracing diversity and accommodating individuals of all abilities enriches our communities, fosters empathy, and paves the way for a more equitable future.

The video is available at this LINK.

’Citius, altius, fortius’ at the Paralympics – supported by the national lottery company

The Hungarian national lottery company, ’Szerencsejáték Zrt.’ (hereinafter: SZRT) and the Hungarian Paralympic Committee announced their latest collaboration on 28 August, 2023, exactly a year before the Paris Paralympics. Within the framework of the collab the national lottery company will support the Paralympian athletes’ preparations for Paris on the one hand, and on the other hand, during the Paralympics, the company will provide gambling opportunity for the domestic sports-loving public in terms of the Hungarian-related competitions. In the first phase of our cooperation, already in 2023, several of our athletes were able to receive their new, more modern sports equipment thanks to the support of SZRT.

Appropriate, high-quality sports equipment is an essential part of the preparation of our Paralympians, so there was no question that we had to help our athletes in this regards, as well, during the quota acquisition period. Thanks to the company’s support, in the last months of 2023 we were able to hand over new sports equipment to, among others, our paratriathlete Petra Lévay, our paracyclist Zsombor Wermeser, our wheelchair fencers Anna Nádasdy and Richard Osváth, our para dressage rider, Ildikó Fonyódi and the management of the Hungarian Taekwondo Association.

In addition to supporting the domestic parasports movement, SZRT also pays special attention to the daily lives of people with disabilities and to promoting their social integration: for 20 years now, it has been operating its lottery ticket sales network exclusively for employees with disabilities, and it pays special attention to the service of players with disabilities in its national network, and – with disabled children in mind – participates in the creation of inclusive playgrounds.

We would like to thank SZRT for their support and wish our athletes successful preparation for the competitions in the coming period.

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