La Granada has scheduled for the first time a series of activities to celebrate the International Women's Day, which takes place on March 8th.
The events will begin on Friday the 6th, when from the youth service, a Tupper sex session has been organized for young people aged 15 to 25, with the aim of fostering a healthy and responsible sex education, learning to know and respect one's own body and that of others and clarifying concepts of the sexual field, as well as of sexual diversity and gender.
On March 8, the most outstanding event of the programme will take place, with the first meeting of women from Granada. This is intended to be a space where women of the people with different concerns and lifestyles can share their experience, with the aim of recognizing women as active creators and disseminating inspiring and reference experiences for all.
The talk will be attended by Núria Salán, doctor in materials science and metallurgy and president of the Catalan Society of Technology, which is going to make the exhibition "L'wit (in) visible", with examples of scientific and inventors who have existed throughout history and which have been unvisibilised.
The commemorative events will end with the play "W.I.T.C.H.", of the company Les Fugitives, which recreates a feminist group that existed in the late 60 in new York and which were dressed in witches, black color, with long skirts, brooms and hats, and were used to claim the social and economic equality of women. His career was short, but his messages and guerrilla theatre actions have lasted until today.