When on February 25, 2014 Barack Obama said in a press appearance "Basically I'm here to announce that we are building Iron Man", its occurrence was celebrated with laughter by journalists. That day the president's known ability for the stand-up comedy eclipsed the real news: that they were actually building Iron Man. Or, at least, something very similar.
On November 17, we will unveil what Obama was talking about with the presence of one of the most interesting companies in the international scene
CAP-TALK is held at Infanta Leonor Auditorium in Los Cristianos, Arona, Tenerife, Canary Islands. The conferences have a sign language translator, the building is accessible and the conferences are free access.
Cap-Talk is a place of reflection, a place where we will talk about the future, biotechnology, creativity, etc. Talk to change, think to improve, dialogue to grow ... This is the philosophy of Cap-Talk, to generate a common space to strengthen capacities from empathy, a necessary meeting place.
The pioneering work, published in the journal PLOS ONE, has documented the first specific relationship between inspiration and mental illness, by demonstrating that people who are at high risk for bipolar disorder often report having experienced intense experiences of creative ecstasy.
At Cap-Fest we will have the presence of specialists in the field that will open the debate on this interesting disorder.
A space of dialogue and encounter determine the CAP-TALK space. In this edition, we will be able to talk with leading figures of international sport, such as Michelle Alonso, who together with the Spanish Paralympic Committee will start the day with the conference called "Unlimited", sports without limits, inaugurating the Festival.
MICHELLE ALONSO & SPANISH PARAOLÍMPIC COMMITTEE
According to the World Tourism Organization, accessible tourism is "one that seeks to facilitate the access of people with disabilities to tourism services." These concepts, materialized in everyday reality, cause those with disabilities to obtain full integration from a functional and psychological point of view, through the practice of tourism and recreation activities, thus generating individual and social satisfaction in the destination they visit, creating a Habitat integration and inclusion.