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The LQDVI Foundation returns to Palma de Mallorca with its conference for young people in a hybrid format


The youth congress "Lo que de Verdad Importa" (What Really Matters) returned to the Palau de Congressos in Palma de Mallorca on Tuesday, November 9, to convey universal human values ​​such as tolerance, self-improvement, respect or solidarity to the youngest.

The congress was also streamed online completely free of charge, so that schools / universities, young people and families could enjoy it from their centers or from their homes and from anywhere in the world.

Values ​​such as Solidarity, Effort or Optimism were the protagonists of this session through the testimonies of people such as:

SERGIO AND JUANMA AZNÁREZ: Sergio, blind and with autism, and Juanma are brothers and protagonists of the documentary "The true smile", which reflects the love that unites them and their spirit of improvement.

SANDRA BLÁZQUEZ: Co-founder of the NGO Free Idea. Writer of the book "I told myself to do it, and I did it", Sandra combines her two passions: her profession as an actress and cooperation. In Sandra's words: "Life is much more beautiful when you make every day make sense"

SARA ANDRÉS: Sara Andrés lost her legs in 2011 after an accident but that never stopped her from starting a new stage as an athlete and World Paralympic champion. She just competed in the Tokyo Olympics and she is a great example of perseverance and optimism.

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