At the Social Inclusion Congress in Lisbon, judo has promoted itself as the most active and fitting sport in the field of Social Inclusion. What is Social Inclusion? Why are people more included than others.? What are the reasons that people are more integrated? Sports has the potential to include people. In judo: helping others can be carried out in life. In advance of the Social Inclusion congress, the EJU delegation and Portuguese Judo Federation were welcomed by Manuel Brito, the deputy mayor of Lisbon, which is considered as one of the highest positions in Portugal. The evening before the congress the delegation visited the deputy major at city hall. The EJU Education Director Benedicte Rouby, Social inclusion expert and Olympic medallist Nuno Delgado as well as Frédérique Jossinet from France who plays an essential role in the current new government and the French Judo Federation regarding high performance management visited Manuel Brito in a group of ten people. Manuel Brito was assisted by Vitor Hugo, assessor of the city of Lisbon for sports and Joao Valente, secretary of Manuel Brito. All have a big sports hart and have even played judo. Judo is one of the best sports for social inclusion and the most successful sport to reach people. “With Nuno Delgado we have our best man to promote judo and to move people. At our big square we have had more than 5,000 people doing judo in one day, a world record” Brito said. The city of Lisbon is also very successful in a swimming project wehere 11,000 people started swimming included disabled children.