Madrid (Q19822)

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a regional capital in Spain
  • Madrid, Madrid
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Madrid
a regional capital in Spain
  • Madrid, Madrid

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173,316±0
2013
54.74±0
2013
265,000±0
OFICINAS ATENCIÓN AL CIUDADANO LÍNEA MADRID. REFORMAS Y MEJORAS ACCESIBILIDAD
2016
OTROS BIENES PÚBLICOS DE CARÁCTER SOCIAL - VARIOS DISTRITOS
50,400±0
MOBILIARIO ADAPTADO PARA PERSONAS CON DISCAPACIDAD OFICINAS LÍNEA MADRID
2016
OTROS BIENES PÚBLICOS DE CARÁCTER SOCIAL - VARIOS DISTRITOS
4,108,141±0
ADECUACIÓN DE VIALES Y ACCESIBILIDAD EN VARIOS DISTRITOS DE LA CIUDAD
2016
URBANISMO - VARIOS DISTRITOS
1,400,000±0
MEJORAS ACCESIBILIDAD CENTROS DEPORTIVOS MUNICIPALES
2016
DEPORTES, JUVENTUD Y ESPARCIMIENTO - VARIOS DISTRITOS
400,000±0
OBRAS DE ACCESIBILIDAD EN CENTROS DEPORTIVOS MUNICIPALES
2016
DEPORTES, JUVENTUD Y ESPARCIMIENTO - VARIOS DISTRITOS
June 2018
The 2018 IBSA Blind Football World Championships were the first ones in Spain organized by ONCE and Federación Española de Deportes para Ciegos under the auspices of the IBSA.
February 2010
The second meeting was held in February 2010 in Madrid, Spain. The Executive DCL Committee was created at this meeting. The first members included Memnos Costi, Mario Costi, Jörg Kratz, Juan Carlos Basilio, Mariano Druetta, Javier Soto, Thomas Krämer and Armin Dorfschmid.
2009
The 2010 edition had a number of places interested in hosting the Deaf Champions League, including Athens and Madrid.
February 2010
After the February 2010 DCL meeting, attendees visited football fields and stadiums to look at facilities.
2012
It culminated with “El Día del Deporte Inclusivo en la Escuela” at the Facultad de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte – INEF y del Consejo Superior de Deportes (CSD) on 26 April 2012. (2C/3C)
2012
In 2012, the educational program “Deporte Inclusivo en la Escuela (DIE)” was run in Madrid, targetted at different kind of high school students, includ ESO y Bachillerato students and their professors. It was targetted at people seeking to become more active while being inclusive of people with disabilities. (1C/3C)
2012
14 educational centers across Madrid had 700 total students participating in the program, where they got to try a number of sports including para-athletics, blind judo, cp football, sitting volleyball, boccia, and inclusive aerobics. (3C/3C)
The 2018 IBSA Blind Fotoball World Championships were the first time the competition included 16 teams. Previously, only 8 or 12 teams had competed in the World Championships. This provided some organizational challenges.