Under the title 'Not everything is worth partying' and with the slogans 'Silence is no' and 'Without a yes it is no', the mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, and the councilors of Equality and Social Policy, Lola Gómez and José Luis Monreal, today presented the campaign to prevent sexist aggressions at parties, which is launched for the second consecutive year prior to the Fair.
From the Department of Equality a generic poster has been designed to be placed in different public places, as well as in bars, cafes and entertainment areas.
It is complemented with another poster, published by the Department of Social Policy, with the resources offered by the CAVI (Center for Attention to Victims of Gender Violence) and CAVAX (Center for Comprehensive Attention to Victims of Aggression and / or Abuse Sexual), as well as advice on how to act in the case of having been the victim of sexual assault.
In addition, Equality has prepared around 2,000 fans that clarify when you are having a sexist behavior, as well as 2,600 related bracelets.
All the material will be distributed in different events of the parties, as well as concerts.
In addition, the campaign will be reflected in the local media of written press, radio, television and social networks.
The hashtag to use is #stopagresionessexistas and #Jumillalibredeagrasionessexistas, to which you can add an image prepared exclusively for sharing on social networks.
In the presentation press conference, both the mayor and the councilors have insisted on "non-tolerance for this type of behavior".
Likewise, it has been pointed out that there is no record of this type of denunciations in Jumilla at the parties of recent years, "although we must not lower our guard and that is why we restart this type of awareness campaign."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla