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Join us on Thursday 1 July from 13.30 -14.30 CEST for our online event “Youth Perspectives on a healthy community”.
In this online event, we will focus on:
- The perspective of children and young people on a healthy lifestyle and environment.
- The perspective of the professionals surrounding our youth.
- How can we communicate and cooperate with the youth on the topic of a healthy lifestyle?
A program with the line-up of our speakers and panelists will be circulated soon, but in the meantime, you have the opportunity to secure your place by registering via this link. The registration is free of cost, but places are limited.
Join our webinar to voice out your opinion and connect with our network.
EUROPEAN DAILY MILE
In the Netherlands, the Daily Mile is already a great success, where more than 500 primary schools and 100 organizations joined The Daily Mile. But the Netherlands is not the only country that loves this move initiative. In Europe, 86 countries also implemented The Daily Mile in their schools and day-care locations. To celebrate this, ISCA, International Sport and Culture Association, organized European Mile Day on the 5th of June. On this day, the joy of moving was central. People of the European countries united by all discarding a mile from home. This could be done by walking, running, or rolling. Everyone was able to join and it was a big success!
GIVE THE WELL-BEING OF OUR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE THE HIGHEST PRIORITY!
The Youth Health Community (YHC) believes that every child has the right to grow up healthy and therefore urges governments, politicians and other stakeholders to give the highest priority to the impact of the COVID19 measures on the lifestyle and well-being of our children and young people.
The call to action above was communicated by YHC during the international webinar ‘The Impact of Corona Measures on the Lifestyle of Our Children’ on 18th November. And has been endorsed by the YHC, among them for example: Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Croatia, Lebanon, Romania and The Netherlands. Speakers Jacob Schouenborg from ISCA in Denmark, Grace O’Malley from EASO, Ireland and Silvia Bucur from the PRAIS Foundation in Romania at our webinar also supported that message.
Read the full statement to all governments, politicians and other stakeholders
If you want to know more, please get in touch with Lideke Middelbeek firstname.lastname@example.org