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Areas Social action Social Welfare New round of integration classes for immigrants

New round of integration classes for immigrants

xiii-curs-integrci-social-i-cu1The Formentera Council's social welfare department announces that 21-23 October islanders can sign up to take part in the 13th round of social and cultural integration classes. Lessons will be held 5-28 November at the Formentera adult learning centre. Social welfare chief Rafa Ramírez described the course as “tuned to helping newcomers integrate and stay abreast of administrative matters”.

Course content
Space is available for 15, and admission is granted in the order applications are received. Individuals interested in enrolling should visit the social welfare department during normal office hours (àrea de Benestar Social; 9.00am to 2.00pm) and come with either a NIE (foreign-born resident's card) or passport. The twice-weekly lessons —a total of 20 hours of instruction— take place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4.30pm to 7.00pm, and are free of charge. Classes are held in the large classroom of the adult education centre, or Escola d'Adults.

Topics covered will include Spain's constitutional values, human rights and civil liberties, the Balearic Statute of Autonomy, the European Union and gender equality, among others. The courses are aimed at helping students obtain accreditation from the Balearic government attesting to students' will to integrate.

1 October 2019
Department of Communication
Consell de Formentera

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