The president of the FEMMICC Dénia, Sonia Pérez, together with her secretary Santi Escortell held a meeting last week with the councilor for Citizen Protection and with a special delegation on Equality, Diversity and Public Health at the Dénia City Council, Javier Scotto.
At this meeting, accompanied by the technique in matters of equality, in a relaxed atmosphere and collaboration by both parties, agreements were reached to make Dénia's Moors and Christians festival inclusive, egalitarian and diverse.
With the signing of this agreement, both the FEMMICC and the Department of Equality and Diversity will have several objectives to meet. Among them, the following:
- The incorporation of the Logo IN in the posters of the Federation.
- Develop statutes with inclusive language
- Creation of posters for the different rows of Dénia with topics on the protocol in cases of harassment and spaces free of gender violence.
- Form part of the Consell de la Dona.
- Carrying out blood donation campaigns. This initiative was carried out during the month of August 2021 and was very successful.
- Work on RRSS and the FEMMICC website on the gender and diversity perspective with different campaigns and posters.
- Joint work in search of ideas to promote equality and diversity at the party: training, exhibitions, talks, workshops, etc.
- The FEMMICC Dénia is a great party and it is proving it every day.
FEMMICC Dénia shuffles the idea of promoting equality and diversity with an exhibition on women in the traveling party
After the meeting and taking the glove, the FEMMICC Dénia has got down to work and has created a working group with the aim of holding a photographic exhibition on women at the party. In this way, the beginnings of women in the Moors and Christians of Dénia will be announced, as well as their entire history during the last 30 years. The idea would be to exhibit it in the Marquesa Valero House in Palma and make it itinerant through the different towns of the Valencian Community. This will give more visibility to the party.
From the FEMMICC they have confirmed that they will continue to work side by side with the local council to make the Moors and Christians of Dénia an inclusive, egalitarian and diverse festival.