The Ibiza Town Hall has presented the First Cycle of Coeducational Storytelling for children.
The selected readings deal with topics such as patriarchy, male emotions, stereotypes or female empowerment, among others.
The activity will be held on Last Friday of each month at 18:XNUMX p.m. at the Casal de Igualdad in Ibiza. Also, the story will accompanied by workshops for children and families for them to have fun learning.
Attendance at the First Cycle of Coeducational Storytelling is Free. Delivery is estimated within XNUMX hours from taking charge of the order by the courier. You only have to to sign up sending an email to email@example.com or by calling +34 971 39 76 00 (extension 24261).
The activity is co-financed by the Ministry of the Presidency and Public Function and Equality of the Government, the IBDona and the Ministry of Equality and the State Pact against Gender Violence.
Works included in the I Ibiza Coeducational Storytelling Cycle:
-January: Candy Pink, by Adela Turin.
-February: Long live colored nails! by Alicia Acosta and Luis Amavisca, and La Princesa Kevin, by Michael Escoffier.
-March: Several tales of pioneers, by Espido Freire.
-April: The life of Rylant Wenzel and You Matter, by Christian Robinson.
-May: The story of the bonobos, by Adela Turin.
-June: Now my name is Luisa, by Jessica Walton, and Every family in its own way, by Béatrice Butignon.
-September: When girls fly high by Raquel Diaz Reguera.
-October: men cry, by Joan Turu.
-November: Arthur and Clementine, by Adela Turin.
-December: Equality between boys and girls is no joke.