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Consell backs affective-sexual education for local primary and high schoolers

foto 2023i afectiu sexual AThe Office of Social Welfare of the Consell de Formentera reports that during the first quarter of the current school year, children at CEIP Mestre Lluís Andreu, CEIP El Pilar and CEIP Sant Ferran de ses Roques, attended classes on affective-sexual health.

Teresa Ramos, a sexologist and social educator, led two 2-hour sessions on the subject. During the second quarter, pupils at IES Marc Ferrer will participate in the same training.

The aim of these workshops, said Rafael Ramírez, social welfare councillor, is "to educate and train young people on biological, psychological and social changes during puberty and adolescence." Lessons are designed to dispel myths, erroneous beliefs and prejudices surrounding affectivity and sexuality in all its manifestations.

Ramos provides participants with theoretical and practical tools to exercise their right to affective-sexual health, which the World Health Organisation highlights as a key component of more egalitarian and non-discriminatory societies. From 6.00pm, 1 February, at IES Marc Ferrer, parents of high schoolers are invited to attend an identical workshop to one already held for parents of primary schoolers. Participants will receive strategies to communicate with their children and tips to support them in this growth process.


16 January 2023
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

Rafel Bisquerra tackles emotional education at Thursday's instalment of 'Talks for Families and Teachers'

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Rafel Bisquerra tackles emotional education at Thursday's instalment of 'Talks for Families and Teachers'

This Thursday 24 November at 5.00pm in the Consell de Formentera auditorium (Sala de Plens), Rafel Bisquerra, educator, psychologist and doctor of educational sciences, will offer a talk titled "Emotional Education: from theory to practice". The event is part of Talks for Families and Teachers (Xerrades per a families i docents), a lecture series organised by the Formentera Office of Social Welfare.

All sessions are open to the public, and childcare is available. Interested parties can reserve their seat by emailing educaciosocial@conselldeformentera.cat or by calling 971 321 271.


21 November 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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Digital photography course

The Formentera Office of Culture reports that there are still places available for the digital photography course (level one) taught by photographer José Antonio Arribas. The course lasts twelve hours and will take place from 21 to 30 November. Classes are part theoretical part hands-on, allowing students to learn various photographic techniques in and out of the classroom, with a camera or cell phone. This course is for people who want to get the most out of their reflex camera, compact camera or smart-phone and work in depth with an array of photographic disciplines.

Classes will be held at the new Espai Cultural de Sant Ferran, and the registration fee is €90. Under-25s, retirees and people with a disability accredited at or above 33% will enjoy a 30% discount.

Registrations can be completed at the OVAC or the OAC.

8 November 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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This Thursday, Xerrades series unveils second instalment, 'Positive education: limits and outcomes'

This Thursday 3 November, the Formentera Office of Social Welfare will host the second instalment of Talks for families and teachers (Xerrades per a famílies i docents), with 'Positive education: limits and outcomes'. Psychologist Cristina Torres will start the talk at 5.00pm in the Consell de Formentera auditorium (Sala de Plens) and childcare will be available. Attendees should reserve their space in advance by e-mail at educaciosocial@conselldeformentera.cat or by phone at 971 321 271.

31 October 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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Formentera rolls out push for free and eco-friendly menstruation

foto 2022x inici periode lliureThis week marks the start of the Consell de Formentera-backed New Period campaign by Rezero to normalise and promote the use of healthier, environmentally friendly, and fair menstrual products. To that end, this morning at the Casal de Joves, Consell de Formentera employees, Susana Labrador, vice-president and councillor of education, and Vanessa Parellada, councillor of youth affairs and citizen participation, took part in a workshop concerning options in existing menstrual products shaping awareness about critical and responsible consumption.

 Over the next two weeks, the campaign will be disseminated among years four, five and six at IES Marc Ferrer through an educational programme about the different possibilities of menstrual products. Tomorrow, Thursday 20 October, there will be a session for teachers, and Friday, a session for the players of the Cosmitos women's football club. In the words of Vice President Labrador, "the initiative aims to involve local schools, associations and sports groups in strengthening and amplifying the strategy of menstrual education on Formentera".

Public workshop
Wednesday 26 October, a session will be held for associations of the island and the general public at 5.00pm in the Consell de Formentera auditorium (Sala d'Actes; Plaça de la Constitució, Sant Francesc). Next week an additional workshop will be held for adult students.

This campaign is piloted by Rezero, a non-profit foundation which emerged in response to persisting taboos and stigma around menstruation. "A lack of adequate information and education perpetuates poor accessibility to safe (toxin-free), fair (tax-free and produced in respectful conditions) and circular (reusable) products for female-bodied individuals and others who menstruate", said Rezero project manager Marta Beltran.

In fact, according to Rezero, the vast majority of menstrual products on the market are single-use items like pads and tampons with environmental, economic, health and social impacts from production to disposal and beyond.

This initiative is backed by the Offices of Education, Equality, Citizen Participation and Environment of the Consell de Formentera.

17 October 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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