The Councillor for Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities of the City of Totana, Josefa Maria Sanchez Mendez, reported that the City Council for Equal Opportunities has proposed to hold a concentration of condemnation and rejection of violence against women on the first Wednesday of each month in the door of the Consistory, which will be renamed "White Wednesday."
Furthermore, also announced that it has approved the creation of a logo for the Council to form the basis of its corporate image to what has been a contest of ideas.
The mayor responsible for the area of Women said the first gathering will take place in front of City Hall on 1 October at midnight.
The event will read the names of deceased women because of gender violence in Spain throughout the previous month.
Also, the council announced that the City Council Equal Opportunities General Assembly agreed to create a logo for the Council to identify the collective "and give it more visibility among the society to spread the message we want, displayed with we categorically reject violence. "
To this end, the Department has organized a design competition for citizens is to design the corporate image of Council.
The delivery period is now open and will end on October 31.
Designs must be delivered to the Department of Equal Opportunity in Pilar Street # 1, on the first floor.
A presentation of the resolutions adopted by the Council for Equal Opportunity at the meeting also attended by the representatives of the Association of Women Totanera Sociocultural, representing the Council, Concepcion del Moral and Ana Maria Tudela, who explained that all associations are actively pursuing equal opportunities.
The Women's mayor explained that since the establishment of the Council on May 15, 2007, all members have held several meetings to address local issues relating to equal opportunities.
Sánchez Méndez reminded that violence against women remains one of the most heinous and frequent violation of human rights in the world.
Therefore, according to the mayor said, "totanera society must take steps to sensitize public opinion and take steps to prevent this from happening again."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana. Fotos: Totana.com