Britain's Paralympic table tennis champion Will Bayley has raised £25,000 ($32,700/€27,700) for Great Ormond Street Hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.
Paralympics New Zealand has begun to celebrate the one-year countdown until the postponed Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) confirmed the qualification process for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Latvia's Para ice hockey team plan to return to training next month following an enforced break caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Para-badminton world champion Pramod Bhagat claimed he is "fitter than ever before" after a break in playing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The title piece of music from upcoming Netflix documentary Rising Phoenix has been released across music platforms.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has begun celebrations marking one year to go until the Paralympic Games.
Four-time Paralympic champion Alex Zanardi has made "significant clinical improvements" as he continues to receive treatment for a brain injury in Milan's San Raffaele Hospital.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) and World Para Snow Sports have announced plans to extend their relationship to help encourage children to participate in snow sports.
Special Olympics Great Britain (GB) has announced that Vijita Patel and Kiera Byland have been added to the organisation's Board of Trustees.
A record eight Para-sport representatives have been recommended for this year's National Sports Awards in India, with the accolades due to be given out virtually on August 29.
The Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) has announced a number of webinars to support the development of the Paralympic Movement on the continent during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three-time Paralympic goalball player Tyler Merren is to develop an audio-based fitness app after scooping $25,000 (£18,800/€21,000) as one of three winners of the Holman Prize.
Mohammad Tabe has been appointed as the permanent secretary general of the Iran National Paralympic Committee.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has held a three-day Para-cycling development camp offering talent identification opportunities, as well as open and introductory sessions.