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The PSOE proposes that Albox should have a specific programme for children and adolescents.

The PSOE proposes that Albox should have a specific programme for children and adolescents
The socialists want the City Council to listen to young people and to set up a House for Children and Adolescents to carry out activities.

The new Executive of the PSOE of Albox has advanced one of the proposals contained in its “City Plan”, consisting of the creation of a Programme for Children and Adolescents, whose main objective will be to promote the application of the Convention on the Rights of the Child at the local level and to build a model of municipal management that safeguards children’s rights. In this way, Albox will seek to obtain the recognition of ‘Child Friendly City’, a seal of recognition awarded by the UN, which will result in benefits and new opportunities for children and adolescents in the municipality.

According to the Socialist Executive, “the children and young people of Albox, both in the town centre and in the districts, need a dynamic town that understands and attends to their needs and that counts on them in the construction of the Albox of the future”. In this sense, the socialists stress that “another way of governing is possible”, they consider it fundamental to “listen and attend” to the demands of the groups to whom the policies are directed “to make a conscious decision” and reject the “command and control” that “on many occasions, is currently imposed by the government of the municipality”.

In this sense, the PSOE wants to promote the creation of a Council for Children and Adolescents, which will be set up with the participation of the schools and institutes of the municipality, the parents’ associations of the municipality, the children and adolescents of the town.

Children’s House

In addition, the socialists consider it appropriate to open a House for Children and Adolescents, where the activities included in the plan would be carried out, such as awareness-raising and artistic creativity workshops (music, painting, theatre), cultural events would be organised, youth associations would be strengthened and support services could be provided in mental health and the prevention of bullying and discrimination.

“A town with children and adolescents is a town with a future and we believe that this can only be achieved by listening to their needs and involving them in making decisions about their daily lives”, said the socialists from Alboja.


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