No smoking be happy

A path di “touch” cigarette smoke damages. NO SMOKING BE HAPPY is an exhibition and workshop planned and supported by Fondazione Veronesi. It’s aimed at the involvment of children and parents in a path to develop awareness about cigarette smoke damages. The children discover tobacco addiction damages for brain, mouth, heart, lungs, skin and other parts of our body. Cigarette smoke is a social issue as the great number of young smokers demonstrates. The exhibition gives scientific details and encourages the visitors to think about the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

For 8-12 years old children.
From 20-11-2013 to 9-02-2014   

“No Smoking Be Happy” has been opened at Explora on 20th November 2013 – Universal Children’s Day with the patronage of Presidente della Repubblica and of Autorità Garante per l’Infanzia e l’Adolescenza, Ministero della Salute, Regione Lazio, Roma Capitale with Assessorato alla Scuola, Infanzia, Giovani e Pari Opportunità and Municipio II Assessorato alle Politiche Educative e alla Scuola. The students and teachers Istituto Comprensivo Via Ferraironi, the City Councilor for School, Children and Equal Opportunities Alessandra Cattoi, the Councilor for Education and School at Municipio II Emanuele Gisci, Piergiorgio Zuccaro spokesperson for Fondazione Veronesi and Scientific advisor for No smoking be happy project.

Letter from:
Beatrice Lorenzin, Minister for Health.pdf
Nicola Zingaretti, President of Regione Lazio.pdf