r. The Lachiri Association of Equity, Justice, and Law organizes another year's Urban Inclusive Camp at CEIP Isidoro Vilapana with the support of the Ameco Environmental Association and the City Council. This initiative aims at educating the younger generation about integration and leisure activities.
Pedro Luis Rodriguez, the mayor of the city and Maria Jesus Exposito (the Councilor for Transversal Social Action and Equality Policies), inaugurated the 19th edition. This Camp is aimed at strengthening personality, self-esteem, and responsibility in making decisions for the children. These attitudes are passed on to their families and classmates.
The Camp's boys and girls will have the opportunity to engage in different sports and leisure activities during July. These activities promote tolerance, solidarity, cooperation, and integration.
This activity had a "great social impact" in the municipality. It fosters equality and inclusion early on, according to the councilor. These types of initiatives will continue receiving all the support from the Municipal Government because they are essential projects that provide a fun and educational addition for many children in Andujar.
Emilio Rodriguez pointed out that the Ameco environmental group also promotes respect for functional diversity. Rodriguez stated that the initiative is inclusive because it has become a reference in this area. Alicia Benitez said that this month will be a month for people to learn more about recycling and help with household chores.
This inclusive urban camp has a total of 23 monitors, and 90 children. His philosophy was to respect diversity and promote multiculturalism. Camp is held throughout July and divided into two fortnights to accommodate as many minors possible.