MIAMI, March 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 180 Costa Rican inmates will participate on March 11 in the talk "The Opportunity Is You" (La oportunidad eres tú), which life strategist and communicator Ismael Cala will deliver as part of the prison program project at the Reynaldo Villalobos Complete Care Unit (Unidad de Atención Integral Reynaldo Villalobos) in Alajuela.
The prison program is an initiative led by the organization El Arte de Vivir Costa Rica and the International Organization for Human Values, in coordination with the Ministry of Justice and Peace of Costa Rica.
Its goal is to reduce violence by means of a comprehensive plan of human values. Utilizing specialized breathing and relaxation techniques, it seeks to increase wellbeing, social confidence and commitment in individuals in order to achieve rehabilitation and reinsertion into society.
At the end of the talk with inmates, Cala will be awarded the distinction of Builder of Peace in Costa Rica for his support of the program.
El Arte de Vivir (The Art of Living) promotes a society free of stress and violence. It is the largest volunteer organization in the world. Founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, this humanitarian and educational organization maintains a presence in 152 countries and has touched the lives of more than 370 million people.
Media interested in attending should contact El Arte de Vivir press officer Elena Ulloa ahead of time at 8302-5010 or email@example.com. Your punctuality is appreciated due to the security controls required for admission to the penitentiary.
On the same day, March 11, at 1:30 P.M., Ismael will meet with 40 young beneficiaries of Cala Foundation's partner organizations: Fundación Omar Dengo and Samsung's "Ciudadanía Corporativa" program, which supports teenagers in the area of virtual education. The talk on Emotional Leadership will be held at the Hotel Sheraton in San Jose and is open the press.
ABOUT THE ISMAEL CALA FOUNDATION
The non-profit organization under the direction of Ismael Cala seeks to impact communities in Latin America and the Caribbean through training for adolescents in leadership and entrepreneurship; to strengthen social development organizations that help children and adolescents with cognitive disabilities; and to connect young people with our partners to promote their education and training by means of scholarships .
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