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The Council for Childhood and Adolescence, elaborates the Manifesto "Underwater Life" to celebrate Universal Children's Day (20/11/2020)

| The manifesto is based on the objective of sustainable development n ° 14 and also, the municipal corporation present in the Ordinary Plenary session held on November 5, it reaffirmed its commitment to the rights of children and adolescents | Since November 2018, the San Pedro del Pinatar City Council has been a Child Friendly City and commemorates Universal Children's Day, which is celebrated today, November 20, to mark the progress made and publicize the rights of children and the importance of working every day for their well-being and development.Thus, the mayor of the town, Visitación Martínez stressed that although this year is different due to the emergency situation caused by COVID-19, the City Council continues to promote the 2030 Agenda, and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and the Agreement on Paris, to get out of this crisis with the greatest sustainability, equity and opportunities for prosperity for all.Despite the fact that the pandemic has altered the lives of children, adolescents and society in general, the City Council has carried out during the day today, different proposals and activities such as the distribution of hydroalcoholic gel in school centers and the blue lighting of the Auxiliary Pavilion of the Sports Center to give visibility to this day.In addition, the municipal corporation present at the Ordinary Plenary held on November 5, endorsed its commitment to the rights of children and adolescents, committing to continue promoting measures aimed at designing effective public policies based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child, continue to strengthen emergency social aid received by families with dependent minor children and educational programs aimed at children at risk of dropping out of school, disability or in a situation of digital divide.As the main event, the children who are part of the Council for Childhood and Adolescence, Aliaa Boudra and Lorena Berardo Sager from CEIP Las Esperanzas, Rebeca Sánchez Nieto from CEIP Villa Alegría, Dylan Ros Velerdas and Irene Esparza Gonzalez from CBM Maspalomas, Lucía Cortés Gil from the CEIP Ntra.


Del Carmen, Mónica Hernández Sáez and Mario Hernández Meroño from the CEIP Los Pinos, Saray Mateo Ferrer and Pablo Ros Pérez from the CEIP Los Antolinos, Pablo Alcázar Salinas and Iván Sánchez Marín from the CEIP San Pedro Apóstol, Alberto López Martínez and Carmen López Ferrer from the New Castelar, José Gimeno Martínez, Khalid Saidi and Rayan Bouazzi from IES Dos Mares and Joaquín Enrique García Carrasco, Marina Izquierdo Díaz and Carmen Martínez Madrid from IES Manuel Tárraga Escribano, have prepared a manifesto # amiyo2030 # based on the sustainable development goal n ° 14 "submarine life".The 10 members of the Council express in the manifesto their desire that the environment of the year 2030 undergo a change, imagine a more sustainable world and aware of the planet and protect the environment to achieve all the Sustainable Development Goals.

They want the ecosystem to be conserved and there is no pollution in the sea and they would like children to continue to spend summers without garbage.The Department of Social Welfare is working to make San Pedro del Pinatar a space that encourages games and sports and the development of outdoor activities and in nature, providing resources to families to promote positive parenting and facilitate family activities and promote the participation of children and adolescents

Source: Ayuntamiento de San Pedro del Pinatar

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