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Changing the world through Mixed Ability Rugby

Mixed Ability Rugby grew organically from a lack of provision for disabled participants to play rugby. Players with and without physical and learning disabilities began playing in the same 15 a side rugby game abiding by World Rugby Laws.

Mixed Ability emphasises regular, frequent and sustainable activities, self-determination, full membership of grassroots clubs and opportunities for social interaction for all.

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If we were to start sport again, we would probably use the mixed ability model to reshape it

Catherine Carty

UNESCO Chair in Inclusive Physical Education, Sport, Fitness And Recreation, MTU

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