An unnamed sitting volleyball player has been suspended for one year by World ParaVolley after being found to have violated classification rules.
The World ParaVolley Foundation has launched a campaign to raise $10,000 (£7,600/€8,300) to help develop the sport and provide new opportunities to athletes.
The Board of World Para Volley has approved the postponement of the final men's qualifier for the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Next year's European Sitting Volleyball Championships in Turkey have been pushed back by five months due to the coronavirus pandemic and recent developments regarding a COVID-19 vaccine.
Hangzhou in China has been awarded the 2022 Sitting Volleyball World Championships.
World ParaVolley has extended its agreement with Japanese equipment supplier Senoh prior to next year's postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
ParaVolley Africa President Hayat Khattab says she hopes to "achieve something for Para-athletes" after being appointed to Egypt’s Senate.
World ParaVolley has offered member federations free beach volleyballs to run programmes and competitions with.
German city Duisburg is to host the re-arranged World ParaVolley Men’s Paralympic Qualifier, which is planned for February next year.
ParaVolley Europe has cancelled all of its planned competitions in October as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Tanja Gašić has become the first-ever employee of ParaVolley Europe.
Tributes have been paid to World ParaVolley international classifier Pheona Kimonge, who has died at the age of 51.
ParaVolley Pan America has invited Central American countries to join the organisation to help develop the sport in the region.
World ParaVolley has announced Inácional as its official provider of equipment for the next four years.
World ParaVolley has issued a COVID-19 Position Statement recommending that outstanding 2020 events are either cancelled or postponed.