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It presents in Creama Dénia the 'Citizen Forum for Employment in the Marina Alta'

26 September 2017 - 07: 57

Next Wednesday, 27 of September, Creama Dénia facilities will host the I Citizen Forum for Employment in the Marina Alta, one of the actions envisaged as part of the elaboration of a Territorial Diagnosis to better understand the socioeconomic reality of the region and to define more efficient policies to stimulate the economy and employment.

Representatives of the 22 municipalities that are part of the forum so far are summoned to this event -
Alcalalí, Beniarbeig, Benichembla, Benissa, Benitatxell, Calp, Dénia, Gata de Gorgos, Xaló, Xàbia, Ondara, Orba, Parcent, Pedreguer, Pego, Ràfol de Almúnia, Sanet y Negrals, Senija, Teulada-Moraira, Vall de Laguart, Vall d'Ebo and El Verger-, in addition to 12 private entities and social agents of the Marina Alta such as ADIES PV, Grupo Glorieta, UNED, AEHTMA, Alicante Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Navigation, CEDMA, Jovempa, MAE, FEVECTA, Red Cross, UGT and CCOO.

The program of this Forum will begin at 18: 15 hours with the reception of the attendees and 18: 30 will make a brief description of the project and a presentation of the main results obtained so far in the Territorial Diagnosis of the High Marina for later, and until the 20: 00 approximately hours, to discuss on subjects related to the territory, like infrastructures, resources, deficiencies and networks. Finally, the conclusions drawn will be compiled and an exposition will be made of improvement proposals to be carried out.

This Citizen Forum is open to any person, company or entity of the Marina Alta interested in knowing more about this project and contributing their ideas. To attend, it is necessary to register on creama.org.

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