By Damon Mitchell • 14 November 2019 • 14:00
Spain gives the green light to “only yes is yes” law
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BENALMÁDENA recently held it’s fifth edition of “Walking for a Challenge” where a record-breaking 3456 participants included schoolchildren, parents and teachers.
The initiative started in Benalmadena and became a global movement transmitting an important message to promote healthy lifestyle habits and fight against sedentary lifestyle and childhood obesity.
Its impact in 2019 will be greater with the involvement of 32 national organizations, including the Higher Sports Council, the Ministry of Education and Sports of the Board of Andalusia; 170 registered entities and 12 universities in 7 countries: Spain, Portugal, Norway, Costa Rica, Argentina, Mexico and Morocco.
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