SNJU is proud to announce our new members:
– Johan Orrbo and his team of Frovi Judo, Sweden
– Special Challengers Judo Foundation of South Carolina, USA
– The Polish National Judo organisation
This brings our membership to 40 individual members, spanning 22 countries!
This is a fantastic achievement in our first 6 months. Our recently launched SN referee programme has also attracted interest from referees from six countries so far and is rising daily. If you have not yet registered your Federation, Organisation or Club you can do so by following the link below. Similarly if you want to register a referee to the programme follow the referee link
Remember together we can achieve more..
A Dutch SN team augmented by board members James Mulroy and Cecilia Evenblij visited Romania to assist the local organisation with organising a Special Needs tournament, with a successful tournament as a result. The team was received very well, and visited historic sites as part of the project.
Many thanks from SNJU to Zelko Alexandru and his team from the Judoka Bears in Bucharest for providing us with all these beautiful facilities!
Today, we welcome Russia and Greece! The world is turning blue! Remember, together we are strong and if you would like to participate in SNJU, then this link will bring you to our application form and make you a member!
June 10 – Tomas Rundqvist, President of SNJU, receives the formal membership application from Kristiina Pekkola – President of Swedish Judo Federation during the Swedish National Championships in Stockholm.
Sweden is the first European National Governing Body to enter SNJU.
The International Special Needs Judo Union in conjunction with the Greek Veteran Society was extremely proud to stage the first ever International Flower of Inclusion Festival in Loutraki, Greece recently. The whole event was an amazing success and was attended by delegations from 18 Counties worldwide. Click here for a summary of events as the week unfolded.
Also, we would like to welcome all our new members for whom this message is the first they will be receiving. If you log in with the password you received, you will be able to change the type of emails you will be receiving. However for the moment we advice you leave the settings alone; the amount of mail will not be too big.