This morning have opened this conference on the occasion of March 8, International Women's Day.
Mayor of Torre Pacheco, Daniel García Madrid, next to the Councillor of equality, Encarna Navarro, inaugurated this conference.
The mayor read the manifesto of March 8.
After the opening two international conferences: "Sexuality and Emotions: differences between women and men" given by Ms.
Tina Ruiz Rebollo, Psychologist, psychotherapist in Gestalt therapy.
Expert in personal growth workshops.
In addition, was given the "dynamic workshop on sexuality and emotions" given by D.
Juan Cayuela, personal coach, writer and therapist.
Expert knowledge and emotional work.
In addition, at 18 pm in the Performing Arts Center of Torre-Pacheco is hosting "The afternoon of Bolero".
Performance of the versatile singer-songwriter José Antonio García Cortés, Cortés called Oche.
For over an hour, Oche Cortés, interpret all kinds of boleros, from within Bolero Lucho Gatica, to those playing alito Ramon "Palito" Ortega, Olga Guillot, Antonio Machin, Los Panchos, etc..
Until the most recent bolero played by Moncho.
Alongside these activities the City has undertaken the initiative called "Three Women, Three streets" is framed in the programming of activities marking the International Women's Day and is intended to honor three women, who by his personal or professional have highlighted or emphasized especially in contributing to the development and progress of our town.
To this end, we assigned to different groups of women in Torre-Pacheco's work to propose three names to the City Council for subsequent appointment of the street.
The three most voted were:
- Dolores Garcia Garre, who was the first councilor who was part of the government team of democracy in Torre-Pacheco, named in session April 19, 1979 and was mayor Pedro Jiménez Ruiz.
The councilor was part of the Committee on Culture, Sports, Tourism, Health and Social Welfare and opted for a cultural policy, which was imposed as necessary throughout the municipality.
- Maria Luisa Garcia Meroño, renowned entrepreneur and first pharmaceutical Torre-Pacheco.
After graduating from pharmacy in Granada, was devoted to teaching for several years in the IES Luis Manzanares (formerly Isaac Peral).
Shortly after beginning his time as a pharmaceutical company, specializing in clinical analysis.
Maria Luisa has been formed, opening new fields and adapt your business to the circumstances of the past 40 years.
He also served for several years of public life (named in session June 15, 1991) in Torre-Pacheco, a woman with initiative, and easily detached, close in dealing with its clients and always willing to lend a hand who need it.
- Carmen Quintanilla Barba, National President AFAMMER (Association of families and rural women), Member and Chair of the Equality Commission of the Congress of Deputies.
This woman is a national and European level in the fight for gender equality in rural, betting the active participation of women in all spheres of society.
Quintanilla, also played an important role in working for equality in our town, actively participating in the Conference of Women in Rural Areas, which are being developed biannually since 1991 in Torre-Pacheco
Source: Ayuntamiento de Torre Pacheco