Lo Que De Verdad Importa (LQDVI) Foundation has announced the next destination of its congress for young people, which will take place on Tuesday, April 18 in Palma de Mallorca with the participation of Lucía Lantero, Julio Alberto Moreno and Enhamed Enhamed.
This Congress is held annually in the main Spanish cities, with the aim of bringing young people closer to universal human values such as tolerance, self-improvement, respect and solidarity through exemplary and inspiring life stories that make them reflect on the things that really matter in life.
Registration is free: https://www.loquedeverdadimporta.org/congreso/palma-de-mallorca-2023/
LUCÍA LANTERO: This young woman from Santander went to Haiti as an aid worker and founded the NGO Fundación Ayitimoun Yo (AYMY), which offers food, shelter, education, and care to child victims of mistreatment, sexual abuse, and slavery, who have lost their parents or have been forced to leave their families due to poverty.
JULIO ALBERTO MORENO: After a difficult childhood, this elite soccer player had a successful career playing for Atlético de Madrid and Barcelona. At the peak of his sports career, he fell into the world of drugs. A story of improvement and second chances.
ENHAMED ENHAMED: This swimmer from the Canary Islands “won”, as he likes to say, blindness at the age of 8 and nothing has stopped him since. An elite athlete considered the best Paralympic swimmer in history, he won four gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and has completed various challenges, such as swimming across the Strait of Gibraltar.
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