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Citizen awareness campaigns for the prevention of sexual harassment against women and responsible consumption of alcohol at parties (28/09/2017)

From the City Council of Bullas, through the Department of Social Services and Equality, present, on the occasion of the Fiestas Patronales two campaigns, one, Awareness-raising against Sexual Harassment and Aggression towards women and, another, for responsible consumption of alcohol.

The campaign against sexual harassment and aggression seeks to promote equality between men and women and prevent any type of violence or sexual harassment towards women.

"The object is to get parties for all people, women and men without violent attitudes that may violate the dignity of women, a festival where the attitudes of respect and good treatment prevail," said Councilwoman Chari Martínez.

It is also wanted to pay special attention to young people, the motto for this year that has been drawn up by the Brigade Morada de Bullas with which the council collaborates is: "If they tell you chacho tate quiet, means no."

"A very significant and very direct poster designed by the Purple Brigade whom I want to thank you from the City Council for the work they do, they will be present at all the parties and you will meet them for their purple bracelet, anyone who needs them there will be as well they can call the local police, emergency or the telephone of gender violence, we will put and distribute the cartelería in a visible place throughout the enclosure "manifests the Councilwoman.

On the other hand, another campaign of prevention against the abuse of alcohol and drugs, under the slogan "less alcohol, less drugs, more tolerance, more respect" has been launched.

For this, 400 pins have been made and will be distributed among the young people of El Jaraiz tonight when the official opening is made.

The music of the Batabulada Carnabulia de Bullas will be enlivened from 20 to 21 hours and the Association Means-@s will also collaborate.

The Office of Social Services and Equality is convinced that "these awareness campaigns help in awareness and prevention, are small gestures that lead to create a more respectful and egalitarian society."

From the City of Bullas call for the enjoyment of the holidays by sharing leisure, with joy and with respect so that men and women enjoy the festive spaces without suffering any form of aggression or sexual harassment and in the same conditions of equality and that alcohol consumption is responsible.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas

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