August 18th

EAT MOVE SLEEP Arendalsuka 2015

EAT, The Norwegian Football Association, Bama and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health will set focus on sustainable lifestyle for 365,000 children and young people: EAT, Bama and The Norwegian Football Association, have launched EAT MOVE SLEEP, working to motivate children and young people to focus and adopt healthy habits. How do we get politicians on the path to better health?

The Program

August 18th, 2015

11:00

Welcome

Dr. Gunhild Anker Stordalen

Arendal kulturhus

11:07

BAMAs part in EAT, MOVE, SLEEP

Rune Flaen

Arendal Kulturhus

CEO, Bama

11:15

NFFs part in EAT, MOVE, SLEEP

Roger Finjord

Arendal Kulturhus

Coach, Norway women's national football team.

11:25

State of the Union regarding health for the young generation of Norway

Knut Inge Klepp

Arendal Kulturhus

Leader, Division for epidemiology, Norwegian Health Institute

11:40

The path to becoming Norways healthiest municipality

Erik Unaas

Arendals Kulturhus

Mayor, Eidsberg municipality

11:45

Sleep! How it works!

Ståle Pallesen

Arendal kulturhus

Professor in sleep, University of Bergen.

12:00

Healthy food, exercice and sleep in a fotballplayers daily life.

Kristoffer Ajer

Arendal Kulturhus

Fotballplayer. Playing for Start in Tippeligan.

12:05

Debate:
The path towards healthier and more sustainably produced food in Norway. How do we get the politicians on board.

Tove Paule (deputy Mayor Drammen), Hedda Foss Five (Mayor Skien), Erik Unaas (Mayor Eidsberg), Bjarte Ramstad (Principal Trudvang School), Rune Flaen (CEO Bama)

Arendal Kulturhus

How do we get the politicians on board working for a more healthy and sustainable country.