The Russian Paralympic Committee would like to host an inclusive festival
Moscow, February 9 – The Jewish Museum and Center for Tolerance, together with the Paralympic Committee of the Russian Federation, plans to hold an inclusive festival, including a mass race with the participation of Paralympians and all comers from Moscow. Rabbi Alexander Boruda, CEO of the Jewish Museum and Center for Tolerance, President of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia (FEOR), he told the News Agency.
The day before, he met with the President of the Russian Paralympic Committee, Pavel Rozhkov.
“During the meeting, the possibility of holding joint events between the Jewish Museum, the Center for Tolerance and the Russian Paralympic Committee was discussed, namely: organizing and holding a photo project, in which the country’s top Paralympians will become the main characters, organizing and holding sports master classes, fitness exercises and motivational meetings. The central event will be It is a huge all-encompassing festival, including a team race, in which Paralympic athletes, people with disabilities and all interested citizens participate.
He emphasized that joint programs could become an additional opportunity to educate and involve persons with disabilities in the fields of culture and sports.
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