International skills competition for persons with disabilities
LESS THAN A MONTH UNTIL THE 10TH INTERNATIONAL ABILYMPICS ! The clock is ticking : Ministers Carole Grandjean and Geneviève Darrieussecq launch the countdown to the 10th International Abilympics With less
The entire Abilympics France team wishes you all the best for 2023! Let’s kick off 2023 with our most exciting resolution yet: organising the 10th International Abilympics in Metz. Our
ABILYMPICS FRANCE 2023 HERE WE COME! After a 2022 full of twists, turns and projects, the Abilympics France team is about to end their year. This December, it’s already time
FRANCE WILL HOST 10TH INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR THE DISABLED ! Abilympics France will meet you on the 24 and 25 March 2023 in Metz for the 10th International Abilympics, THE
Part of the French team preparing for the 10th International Abilympics during the “Olympiades des Métiers Nouvelle-Aquitaine”!
Part of the French team preparing for the 10th International Abilympics during the “Olympiades des Métiers Nouvelle-Aquitaine”! Part of the French team preparing for the 10th International Abilympics during the
People with disabilities inclusion through skills competition
Abilympics France is a non-profit association established in 2014. Its main role is to promote the participation of people with disabilities in skills competition in France and at the international level. The Abilympics are, in the trades, what the Olympic Games represent in sport.
The Abilympics name comes from the idea of organizing a competition for the promotion of disabled people’s professional expertise. It is a combination between expertise, skills (Abilities) and the Olympic movement.
Abilympics helps putting emphasis on the high potential of disabled people and on the added value they represent for our companies by developing their skills.
Abilympics France is part of the International Abilympics Federation (IAF) made up of more than 40 member countries. International Abilympics competition takes place once every 4 years.
Abilympics France and the Grand-Est region with the support of WorldSkills France are delighted to be able to join forces and values for the realisation and success of this inclusive event.