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The Avalem Territori Plan projects under debate at the Marina Alta Citizen Forum

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Event Date: 25 September 2019
Event type: Other events
The venue : Espai de la Senieta, Moraira
Opening times: 18: 00
Starters: Free
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The Citizen Forum for Employment in the Marina Alta reaches its 4ª edition with the aim of consolidating itself as a tool for citizen participation to define the strategies to be followed for the sustainable development of our region.

Creama summons all citizens to present and discuss the results that have been obtained, during 2019, in the Experimental Projects launched within the Avalem Territori Plan of the Generalitat Valenciana.

These projects are the “Marina Alta Observatori”, with which a web tool has been created with countless socio-economic data of the region and its municipalities, for strategic planning; “Xarxa Agrícola”, whose objective is to create networks among professionals linked to the agricultural sector to create synergies and revalue the agricultural sector by promoting entrepreneurship; and the “Punt Nàutic”, whose purpose is to improve the qualification of unemployed people contributing to generate more sustainable occupation and economic activity in the nautical sector.

The program of the Forum includes a presentation of the results obtained in each of them, so that attendees can later provide their opinion and discuss issues related to the above, as well as define new strategic lines to follow in the future for sustainable development. of our territory.

Taking into account the philosophy with which this Forum was born, Creama insists on the importance of citizen participation in all local and regional actions as citizens are a key player in our development and acting with their backs to it would be a error.

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