Like anybody else, people with disabilities like to feel part of the supporters rather than apart from them. Illustration: Craig StephensLike anybody else, people with disabilities like to feel part of the supporters rather than apart from them. Illustration: Craig Stephens
Like anybody else, people with disabilities like to feel part of the supporters rather than apart from them. Illustration: Craig Stephens

The good, bad and ugly sides of international sporting events as a wheelchair user

Paul Letters says many sporting events – in Hong Kong and elsewhere – still fail to accommodate the varying needs of people with disabilities, who should be able to sit with their families. Organisers should consider flexible seating and ticket strategies as well as access to the venues

Topic |   Fifa World Cup 2018
Like anybody else, people with disabilities like to feel part of the supporters rather than apart from them. Illustration: Craig StephensLike anybody else, people with disabilities like to feel part of the supporters rather than apart from them. Illustration: Craig Stephens
Like anybody else, people with disabilities like to feel part of the supporters rather than apart from them. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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