The municipal auditorium 'Juan Baño' hosted this weekend a solidarity conference organized by the association 'Sherezade Color Esperanza'
The association 'Sherezade Color Esperanza' of Las Torres de Cotillas, in collaboration with the Department of Social Services, celebrated this weekend the international day of people with disabilities with active solidarity days.
Held on Saturday, November 30 and Sunday, December 1 in the municipal auditorium 'Juan Baño', they had the motto 'If they don't see you, you don't exist' and their main objective was to make this group visible.
For this, activities of all kinds were developed with free assistance, from musical and theatrical performances, through creativity workshops, a dance master-class, storytelling, mats, face painting and even a solidarity human chain.
"It is necessary to eliminate stereotypes about disability and for this purpose there is a need to raise awareness among the population such as these days, which show that all people can be active members of society and that no one is left behind," explains Councilwoman María del Mar Ruiz Rosillo, who attended this activity.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Las Torres de Cotillas