The guide: "When the Municipalities promote physical activity, the projects realized and the benefits obtained, told by the Administrations that have joined the Toronto Charter for physical activity" has been just presented by the Physical Activity Network Piedmont (RAP).
The document, available online, was written for decision makers, with decision makers, to promote and spread adherence to the principles and action model proposed by the Toronto Charter for physical activity.
The guide offers a series of operational recommendations experimented by Municipalities that have already embarked on this virtuous path in their territory, to increasingly direct plans, programs and interventions aimed at promoting health and physical activity.
The document, realized by the Regional Center for Documentation for Health Promotion (DoRS), has been developed within the framework of the Program 2 "Guadagnare Salute Piemonte. Communities and living environments ", Action 2.1.1, of the Piedmont Region Prevention Plan 2014-2018.