Event in Switzerland
We will return to Nottwil for the second edition of the Global Sport and Inclusion Day. This event is a great occasion to expand your experience through sports, meet elite athletes, and network with your colleagues and clients in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Save the date, we are waiting for you!
When:June 15th, from 1:30 pm to 6:45 pm
Where:Nottwil (LU) at the Sport Arena of the Swiss Paraplegic Centre and the Sempacher Seminar Hotel.
Events in Switzerland
12.00 midday. July 18, Nottwil.
The Swiss GS&ID will be held on July 18 in Nottwil (LU) at the Sport Arena of the Swiss Paraplegic Centre and the Sempacher Seminar Hotel.
During the Swiss GS&ID, you will have the chance to mingle with our Chief HR Officer Shanthi Flynn, our employees, and clients and get training advice from some elite, Olympic and Paralympic athletes in the following sports: triathlon, athletics, wheelchair basketball and field hockey.
Don’t miss this opportunity and join us to #BeMore by immersing into the world of elite Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Register now!
On the programme: Multiple Para sport and Olympic high profile athletes will be present to introduce you their sport discipline. You will also be able take part to many different activities such as Wheelchair, basketball, Zumba, and Swimming.
Registration:To attend to the 2018 GI&ID, register here
Registration and preparations for sports activities12.00-13.00
Welcome and introduction Shanthi Flynn, Chief HR Officer the Adecco Group Pot. Live Facebook from the London World Paralympic Championships13.00-13.20
Short introduction of all participating athletes and their sports13.20-14.10
Sports (Mini Triathlon, Athletics, Wheelchair basketball, Field hockey)14.25 – 16.45
Shower and change16.45-17.15
Guided tour Nottwil Paraplegic Centre in five Groups (Focus on Sports)17.15 – 18.15
Grill, drinks and Desda coffee including food for thought by keynote speakers18.15-19.45
Sir Philip Craven,
"The IPC fully supports the Adecco Group’s Global Sports & Inclusion Day as it an opportunity to highlight around the world the unique ability sport has to drive social inclusion. Over the years the Paralympic Games have grown into the world’s number one sporting event for driving social inclusion. Time and time again, the performances of Para athletes have triggered seismic shifts in attitudes and perceptions towards people with an impairment. Sport is key for that as it teaches us fair play, respect and tolerance. It encourages people to accept differences and work together to achieve common goals.
The International Paralympic Committee is proud to be partners with Adecco in this project. We hope that the day will come when no one will struggle to find or lose a job because of discrimination or limited accessibility.”