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EFDS engaging disabled people in sport and active recreation

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Date 10.09.2017
Duration 6 Minutes 15 Seconds
Author English Federation of Disability Sport
Description EFDS enables organisations to support disabled individuals to be and stay active. With approximately 11 million disabled people in the UK (one in five of our population), disabled people are a large proportion of your potential audience. This animation brings the principles of engaging disabled people in sport and active recreation alive in an informative film.
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