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Almeria: Minors from the Purchena Protection Centers perform "A line on the Horizon" in Almeria

After performing at the Almeria capital premiere of 'Una Linea en el Horizonte, a theater that raises awareness about sexist violence and inequality, the girls and boys of the "El Valle", and "Los Carmenes", protection and reception centers in Purchena for foreign minors, they were able to fulfill their dream of performing on a large platform.

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Almeria: Minors from the Purchena Protection Centers perform "A line on the Horizon" in Almeria

After performing at the Almeria capital premiere of 'Una Linea en el Horizonte, a theater that raises awareness about sexist violence and inequality, the girls and boys of the "El Valle", and "Los Carmenes", protection and reception centers in Purchena for foreign minors, they were able to fulfill their dream of performing on a large platform. The Purchena City Council, territorial delegation of Equality, Social Policies and Conciliation, and Almanzora Women's Federation supported and collaborated in this activity. This was done with the goal of raising awareness about the unaccompanied minors' situation, their problems, and how they can be helped.

Angel Mora, Director General of Gender Violence, Antonia Rubio, and Rafael Pasamontes, the territorial delegate for Equality, Social Policies and Conciliation in Almeria, were present. Diego Cruz, Diego Cruz, and Diego Cruz, representatives of various institutions and organizations in the province, spoke at the event. They discussed the importance of institutional collaboration in order to preserve public resources that provide minors protection and tools, which allow them to live dignified lives and create innovative awareness and training projects.

It was an honor to be invited to Almeria to see this work in its premiere. These minors deserve my congratulations for wanting to share the realities of their lives with other young people. It is easy to believe that we live a happy life. These young people have had a difficult life and are now trying to survive in a society where many and many of them have been isolated. Today they have shown us a model of survival by talking to us about real issues," said Gender Violence's CEO. Diego Cruz, the Almeria City Council's Councilor for Culture, stated that "I speak for myself and Ramon Fernandez-Pacheco when I say that today is one of those rare days when I feel most happy." Culture, theater in this instance, has been an excellent activity for the youth of these centers who have also wanted their work to be a social message against all forms of inequality. As a society, our goal should be to eliminate these issues. We should seek inspiration from what unites us all, as equals. Without discrimination or violence

"This play is a shining example of integration. I want to thank all those who made this possible, for their participation and for providing value for these children in child protection centers. Minors, above everything, because they are an instance of strength and courage. And today they have showed it," Antonia Rubio, the general director for Children, said. Rafael Pasamontes the territorial delegate was present at the first performance in Purchena and has not missed the chance to congratulate the young actresses and actors. I can recall how excited these girls and boys were to find out they would be performing at the Maestro Padilla. It was a joy to see their excitement for making the dreams of the young people in our juvenile centers a reality. Today, we are able to enjoy a play that is full of values>>.

The play is about a group underage girls living in a center. It is based on their daily lives and intertwined with their hopes and frustrations. They learn about the possibility of closure due to economic reasons and decide that they will act to prevent them from being separated again. It was a daunting task for twenty teenagers with language problems, who had never performed on stage before. This musical drama is about friendship, overcoming and fearing the future. It also brings us closer to the real issues such as the violence experienced by minors of other origin due to the system's ferocious demands for sexual exploitation of females. This work examines the issues of immigration, poverty and racism, and provides a window into the work of the InterProde Association's centers for minors. It also demonstrates that these centers are vital to the protection and well-being and safety of the girls and boys.

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