Sponsors

The Organizing Committee THANKS all our sponsors, supporters and collaborators. Without them, this Conference will not be possible.

Asisa Foundation

Asisa Foundation

The Asisa Foundation is a non-profit organization created by the Asisa Group, a health services company, to respond to its social commitment, the promotion of health and its vocation to contribute to the development of knowledge through its programs and agreements with universities and the scientific and research community. They have strategic plans for Social Action, Health, Knowledge and Culture. Theyare the main sponsor for the EUCAPA 2020 through the Cathedra in Universal Accessibility and Inclusive Environment “Francisco Carreño Castilla”

More info: http://www.fundacionasisa.org/

Cathedra in Universal Accessibility and Inclusive Environment

Cathedra in Universal Accessibility and Inclusive Environment

This aim of this cathedra is promoting initiatives to improve accessibility and removing barriers in several areas: architectonic, urban, documentary and social.They social aim for them is create a more accessible environment for people with disabilities promoting equal opportunities.

More info: http://www.fundacionasisa.org/catedra-details.php?

Suportters

Collaborators

Spanish Paralympic Committee

Spanish Paralympic Committee

The Spanish Paralympic Committee was created in 1995 and the national sports law recognizes the same nature and functions as those of the Spanish Olympic Committee but in the field of athletes with disabilities. All the Sport Federations governing Para sports included in the Paralympic Games are represented in the Spanish Paralympic Committee, including 4 multi-sports federations for specific groups of impairment (i.e. visual, intellectual, physical, and cerebral palsy/brain injury) and 10 federations with the Para sport included in its structure: Archery, Badminton, Canoeing, Cycling, Equestrian, Rowing, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis and Triathlon. All of them are those who organize the sport of competition in our country and have, in total, more than 13,000 affiliated athletes. Likewise, and reflecting the institutional support it receives, the Ministry of Culture and Sports are represented in the General Assembly of the Spanish Paralympic Committee, the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as the Spanish Olympic Committee, the Spanish Committee of Representatives of People with Disabilities (CERMI), the ONCE Foundation, Special Olympics Spain and the Spanish Sports Press Association.

More info: http://www.paralimpicos.es/

Cátedra Tempe-APSA in Employability and Disability

Cátedra Tempe-APSA in Employability and Disability

This Cathedra is supported by Tempe, an Inditex Group company, in cooperation with APSA (an organization supporting people with intellectual disabilities and their families) and the Miguel Hernández University. The activity of this Cathedra is based in three topics: a) Research, with a practical approach to solve specific problems about the employability of people with intellectual disabilities, b) Education, with an annual training on Store attendant or Office assistant (600 hours/year), and c) Awareness activities for stakeholders, administrators and workers to promote a real inclusion of people with disabilities.    

More info: http://www.catedratempeapsa.es/

APSA

APSA

APSA is the most important service provider for persons with intellectual disabilities in the province of Alicante. With more than 300 professionals, it provides services for nearly 3000 persons with intellectual disabilities and their families during their whole lifecycle, from the early years of life until retirement. APSA has a close collaboration with Miguel Hernández University through the Chair on Disability and Employability.

More info: https://www.asociacionapsa.com/

Spanish Association of Sport Sciences

Spanish Association of Sport Sciences

The Spanish Association of Sports Sciences is a scientific society created in 1998, with the objective of promoting the development of Sports Sciences in the Spanish state, especially promoting the development and dissemination of research projects, the dissemination of knowledge in the field of Human Movement and communication between researchers of Sports Sciences.
Its activities include the biennial organization of an International Congress, the edition of the scientific journal "Motricidad. European Journal of Human Movement", the call for a national prize for young researchers and the creation of a website that serves as a central communication hub among Spanish researchers in Sports Sciences.

More info: https://www.cienciadeporte.com/index.php