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Conference gives visibility to women's work in Huescar and Baza regions

The Auditorium of the Archaeological Museum of Baza hosted a day of discussion on 'Equity' and 'Social cohesion' as part of the action plan to draft the Urban Agenda for the Province of Granada.

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Conference gives visibility to women's work in Huescar and Baza regions

The Auditorium of the Archaeological Museum of Baza hosted a day of discussion on 'Equity' and 'Social cohesion' as part of the action plan to draft the Urban Agenda for the Province of Granada. The Diputacion of Granada organized an initiative in the area Employment and Sustainable Development that included a dozen monothematic sessions across the province to deepen the ten Strategic Objectives contained in the Spanish Urban Agenda.

The session was focused on Strategic Objective 6, which promotes social cohesion and equality in the case of Baza.

Opening the meeting was Mercedes Garzon Ruiz (deputy delegate for equality), Manuel Gavilan (mayor of Baza) and Olivie Sanchez (president of the Commonwealth of Baza), who were each represented by Mercedes Garzon Ruiz. All participants agreed to emphasize the importance of working in a committed way for equality from public authorities. The Bastetan mayor warned that there are certain things we cannot allow to come under question. He also reiterated the town's commitment to equality. "Administrations like those at these conferences are committed equality. But we must continue to work, especially when other speeches often permeate streets."

The day of discussion was focused on social integration in a gender-based perspective in local development policies. Maria Escudero Sanchez (forensic psychologist, expert in Gender and Equality Policies), presented the meeting's framework. She used her time in Baza as an opportunity to emphasize her special relationship with Baza. Through her public responsibilities, she helped decide for the rehabilitation and reopening of the old corn exchange.

Mariana Palma, the Councilor for Social Welfare and Equality of the Baza City Council was responsible for moderating the panel of experience in which five businesswomen representing the Huescar and Baza regions shared their experiences with entrepreneurship in different sectors. Most of these women are traditionally male.

Juana Canales, Candu pastry shop director, in Cortes de Baza spoke about her experiences in the retail sector. Beni Hernandez Sola was the manager of Benamaurel caves. Beatriz Martinez, responsible of managing the Residential Torre social healthcare center, shared her experiences in the care economy. Anabel Rodriguez, a digital marketing specialist from Tutugi Consulting, was a key figure in the information technology sector. She, among other things, indicated that there are still many challenges. Elisa Latorre from Hertosa provided the vision for women in the industrial sector.

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