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Xàbia celebrates 25N with extensive programming to prevent sexist violence

Start date: November 20th 2023
Finish date: December 01th 2023
Event type: Other events
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El Javea Town Hall has prepared an extensive program to commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (November 25), a program that works on awareness but also on prevention.

The activities begin in schools with the performance of the puppet play from November 14 to 16 The imprint of my shoe, a simple and visual reflection on gender stereotypes and how they condition identity.

From November 20 (and until December 1) in the lobbies of the two institutes of Xàbia you can visit the exhibition Train the feminist gaze, which helps detect gender inequalities that go unnoticed on a daily basis. This sample has been provided by the Valencia City Council.

Between November 20 and 23, workshops on co-responsibility and prevention of gender violence will also be held in high schools, to promote more egalitarian and responsible attitudes among boys and girls.

On November 23 it will be presented at the House of Culture the Municipal Pla d'Igualtat to all residents. This plan, which covers all municipal departments, outlines a series of objectives and lines of work on Equality. There are 17 general objectives and 120 actions. It will be presented from 19.30:XNUMX p.m.

On Friday the 24th, the institutional event of 25N will take place in the Plaza de l'Esglèsia with the reading of the manifesto and the representation of the performance Libertad.

On the other hand, on the 24th the play will be performed Crush, bang, bang, nyam, wow which is aimed at secondary school students and addresses the approach to relationships and the experience of youth sexuality as a skillful theatrical game.

Finally, on November 28 at 18:00 p.m. in Plaça de la Constitució, the aerial circus show Faüla will address the construction of female identity since childhood.

Along with this, the UNED of Dénia will offer co-education workshops for primary school students and prevention of gender violence for secondary school students from the educational centers of Xàbia from November 15 to 27.

  1. Lola says:

    But there is and will continue to be gender violence, but women, from my point of view, have clearly never had more opportunities to be, do and live however they want. Another very different situation is that there are some who do not decide to take the step to report, renounce their partner for ethnic reasons or feel like a caregiver and take care of their partner.
    That this is not the Inquisition but we will go to it if we do not remedy it or find a solution.
    You have to get busy and not worry.

  2. Francisco says:

    How is it possible that the city council of Jávea stood against a war thousands of km from here and today does not call for the unity of Spain? Even more so if possible with their supposed political positioning.

    • María says:

      Those from La Terreta are pro amnesty, it seems like you don't live here.
      They hate everything that sounds like Spain.
      This is Jávea.

  3. Keep an eye on the data says:

    Wow, so this topic was not exclusive to Chulvi and his little group of moderns.
    Wow Chulvi, you'll have to invent something else...
    In addition to Sorolla.
    Come on champion, let's think. Don't worry, not you, we know your limitations, let your brilliant intern do it, the smart aspiring to God.
    Come on! Good luck playing!!!