Our physical activity is decreasing. Something that affects our mental and physical health negatively. However, it is not only adults who move less, but also our youngest citizens spend too much time sitting still. This is something that needs to change. Therefore, we want to invite you to a digital seminar where we discuss how physical activity can make the next generation healthier.
During the morning, Mats Börjesson, Mats Börjesson, Professor, Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg, shares his knowledge of the direct impact of physical activity on children's health. Johan Faskunger, author, consultant and doctor of physical activity and health sciences, shares his view on freedom of movement and how to build a society adapted to movement.
Carolina Klüft, operations manager at Generation Pep participates and talks about her work with Generation Pep, specifically with an aim at school activities. Furthermore, Karin Redelius, professor of pedagogy at The Gymnastics and Sports- University, talks about sports associations, and children's right to shape their own participation in sports. The moderator for the morning is Lisa Lindström, founder of the design and innovation agency Doberman.
It will be a morning full of inspiration and important discussions, and we hope to see you there!