The mayor of Mazarrón, Francisco Blaya, and the Councillor for Social Policy, Yolanda Vivancos, have handed the prizes to the first edition of the 'Short Stories - Women's Lives', as well as diplomas courses 'Equal Opportunities' and "Educating in Equality."
In the event, held at the Plenary Hall of the town hall of Mazarrón, also attended by Equality Officer, Bethlehem Caesars, who has coordinated the three activities.
In the event of 'Short Stories - Women's Lives' is remarkable reception of over sixty works from different points of Spanish geography and even from abroad.
The first prize in the first category was for Rubén Martínez García.
The first prize in the second category was awarded to Antonio Luis Vera and the second in White Cotes.
As data is important to note that the participants have mostly reflected as main theme of his stories on gender-based violence that shows compliance with the goals more than the competition.
In the section on equality, a dozen women have been recognized for their participation in the courses 'Educating on sameness' and 'Equal Opportunities', and for his interest in promoting their formation.
The Department of Social Policy of the City of Mazarrón is already working on organizing new activities to ensure equality between the different groups that live in the municipality.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón