Last Updated: 2012-09-22
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HAVANA, Sept 22 (NNN-Prensa Latina) -- Experts from 35 countries will participate at the scientific meeting Cubamotricidad-2012, here where they will exchange views on the latest developments in sport and physical activity as key ways to ensure quality of life for human beings.

At a press conference, the National Director of Physical Education and Promotion for the National Institute of Sports, Physical Educations and Recreation (INDER), Gladys Bequer, announced the meeting, scheduled for this coming November 6-9.

Simultaneously scheduled are the II World Forum of Physical Education and Sports Schools, the III Summit of Latin American and Caribbean Physical Education and Sports Schools, the III World Biennal of Stimulation, Education and Child Development and the International Workshop on Physical Activity and Quality of Life.

Bequer stressed that general topics will include physical activity at schools, child motor skills, aging, gender, violence against women, non-communicable diseases, alternative health, stimulation, neuro-mobility and educational needs among others.

The meeting was called by INDER, the World Stimulation, Education and Child Development Organization and the Latin American Association of Physical Education and School Sport.

Among the possible attendees are scientific leaders like the Colombian Ricardo Montezuma, director of the Foundation Ciudad Humana, the U.S. Todd Fletcher, president of the World Council of University Academics, and Britain's Margaret Talbot, president of the International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education.