The International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) and World ParaVolley have penned an Memorandum of Understanding.
The first World ParaVolley Development Centre has been opened in Chinese city Hangzhou.
World ParaVolley have announced the qualification criteria for the 2018 Sitting Volleyball World Championships in The Netherlands.
China’s Lijun Zhang believes the country’s defeat in the women’s sitting volleyball gold medal match at Rio 2016 showed how the sport has developed.
Croatian Paralympic Committee (CPC) secretary general Ticijan Komparic says the body is sure this year’s ParaVolley European Championships in Porec will be a "very positive experience" for all concerned.
World ParaVolley are to hold a series of sitting volleyball courses in Costa Rica next month to attract more officials to the sport.
Kenya Para-Volley Federation (KPVF) President Polycarp Mboya has revealed the country will roll out sitting volleyball programmes in schools during 2017.
The United States' women and Iran's men have climbed to the summit of the World ParaVolley sitting volleyball rankings following their victories at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Phil Allen has been reappointed as the general manager of World ParaVolley on a four-year contract, the governing body have confirmed.
Iran dedicate sitting volleyball triumph at Paralympics to cyclist tragically killed in crash during Rio 2016
Iran secured their sixth Paralympic Games sitting volleyball gold medal with an emotional four-set victory over defending champions Bosnia and Herzegovina, dedicating their triumph to team-mate Bahman Golbarnezhad, tragically killed following a crash in the cycling yesterday.
The United States ended China's 12-year domination of the Paralympic women's sitting volleyball competition with an emphatic victory in the gold medal match at the Riocentro - Pavilion 6 venue here.
A total of five milirary veterans will form part of the United States' 12-man sitting volleyball squad for next month's Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, it has been announced.
Twelve players have been selected for Canada's debut in the women's sitting volleyball tournament at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Sixteen different countries were represented at a sitting volleyball coaching course - a number seen as a big step forward for the Paralympic sport.
There will be repeats of both London 2012 sitting volleyball finals after the draw was made for the Rio 2016 Paralympic competition.