Councillor for Family, Women and Migration, Patricia Soriano has made â€‹â€‹balance of actions carried out in recent months, from the different departments that make up its council
As for the Department of Family, newly created, he recalled the launching point for consultation and advice on dealing with the children following the breakdown of a couple.
"It was an initiative that has enough demand. Of the 18 cases treated, 11 are resolved and there is a waiting list. In a service that we want to maintain and consolidate" he noted
Moreover he recalled that have been in contact with FANUMUR, Association of Large Families of the Region of Murcia to study formulas for collaboration that benefits of these families.
Similarly, after the initial experience with the shops in Yecla, in November, where I work the Department of Commerce, the Councillor has expressed its desire to repeat actions to support large families, ensuring that join these actions more shops.
Patricia Soriano has reported that contacts are maintained with Professor Antonio Jimenez President of the Independent Council for Child Protection (CIPI), to collaborate with the "Tour Spain for Children" that runs our country, to design a strategic plan against poverty children in Spain
Also he remembers that your council has promocido conducting informative talks on nutrition problems in Alzheimer's disease, or mediation.
In the Department of Women, Patricia Soriano stressed that "the objectives focus on prevention and awareness, pursuit of equality and workshops to enhance self-esteem. It has the support of CAVI where they carry out important work in the field of gender violence , a psychologist, a social worker and a lawyer. I intend to intensify the activity of the center for women who are in such a dramatic situation may have support on an ongoing basis. "
Moreover, the councilor has positively assessed the involvement of all schools in Yecla, on the occasion of the 25th November, the day against gender violence.
"We intend this raise awareness among young people is continuous. The workshop prevention of violence against women, in which almost 400 young people participated, we found that although we move forward, there are still many misconceptions among young people, as they must be planted relationships. it's a topic that we must continue focusing and working. "
As for the Department of Immigration, Mrs. Soriano has stated its intention to "settle their priorities and lines of action. Through the current agreement with the Red Cross, it is to maintain and enhance Castilian classes for immigrants, both those who fully know the language and those who have to perfecionarlo. We consider it essential to be related more directly to the population yeclana way. "
Moreover, he explained that counted on few associations that bring together immigrants, "it's difficult to know the demands of this population living in our city. We have attended many consultations Individidual title and we are collaborating with associations of Ecuadorian immigrants, the development of some festive celebrations. we are also in contact with the resident British population in Raspay, preparing activities to be developed soon. "
Finally he recalled that aims to expand the project of intercultural train, "an activity to raise awareness among students of different cultures that live with us. It has been developed in schools in San José de Calasanz, El Alba and Mendez Nuñez, with great acceptance. a project that will continue to spread to all schools of our city "
Patricia Soriano has stated its intention to "continue to maintain very active this council in which they can discuss issues of interest to these three sectors of the population yeclana"
Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla