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Central District Deaf Sports of NebasNsg, what is the difference?


The Royal Dutch Deaf Sports Association founded in 1926, was an independent organisation for years. Just after the sixtieth anniversary, in 1986, the government tried to press all sport organisations for the disabled to take part in a national association of sports for the disabled. It was hard for all associations to give up their independence. After lots of discussions no progress had been made and the process was dead locked.
It was the KNDSB that, under presidency of Henny de Haas, restarted the process.
It seems peculiar that KNDSB of all associations was one of the latest to join the NebasNsg.

The KNDSB was and still is a member of the CISS, the 'Comit´┐Ż International des Sports des Sourds'.
To be a member of CISS, a national deaf sports association has to be a legal corporation. Therefore the KNDSB continued to exist. And it is only for international matches that the name KNDSB is used.

In 1993 the KNDSB joined the NebasNsg as the section Deaf Sports with a direct representation on the board.

Organisations develop, so did NebasNsg.
The section Deaf Sports missed the - biannual - contacts with its members.
These members were asked to participate in the districts of the NebasNsg, but the deaf didn't feel comfortable.
Since January 2000 the section became a national Centrale District Deaf Sports. The board of the Centrale District Deaf Sports expects that this organisational structure it will be able to serve with the needs of its members better now.

Whether it is the national organisation, Central District Deaf Sports of NebasNsg, or the international KNDSB, the main goal remains that deaf can take part in Deaf Sports: that is our goal.



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