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Formentera celebrates Children's Day with cycling and sailboating outing for families

The Formentera Office of Youth is pleased to report that this Saturday 19 November, the Casal de Joves will host an excursion on bicycle and sailboat as part of an outing for families. The activity is included the programme scheduled this month to commemorate World Children's Day (20 November).

"This activity is about giving local families a chance to enjoy a unique experience with their children, other families and Casal de Joves staff", said Vanessa Parellada, councillor of youth affairs, forecasting that the cycling and sailing tour would make for "an unforgettable day".

While there is no specific age requirement, participating children must cycle 5.5 km (from Roca Bella to the Nautical Sports Centre [CENF]) and then sail with help from CENF monitors.

Places are still available. To participate, send an e-mail to casal@conselldeformentera.cat.


15 November 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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Consell performs upkeep and conservation work at Sa Senieta

foto 2022xi senieta AThe Formentera Office of Heritage is pleased to report on recent work to maintain and preserve the Sa Senieta building.

In late August, part of the flat roof of this listed building was waterproofed, and in recent weeks, crews applied lime mortar in targeted consolidation work and whitewashed facades with lime to protect and preserve the walls.

These operations, part of a technical proposal prepared and led by a specialist in cultural asset restoration, were supervised at all times by the Formentera Office of Heritage. The approximate cost of the operations is €33,000.

Raquel Guasch, councillor of heritage, cast the actions as "necessary to maintaining and preserving Sa Senieta" and "a key step before we can draft plans to convert the former home into the future headquarters of the Museum of Formentera".

Funding is expected to come from the Balearic government, which currently has use rights to develop plans to convert Sa Senieta into one of three future headquarters of the island's museum.


15 November 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

Formentera announces new job postings as part of SOIB Reactiva

The Consell de Formentera has received a grant under the Reactiva programme of the Employment Service of the Balearic Islands (Servei d'Ocupació de les Illes Balears, SOIB) to boost local employment.

The €95,928.60 grant will enable local government to hire seven jobless islanders, with recruits expected to begin their six-month contracts from December.

Profiles sought during current round of SOIB Reactiva:

Line 1: open to unemployed under-30s
• One sociocultural activity leader
• Two administrative assistants
• One multi-purpose operator

Line 2: open to over-30s in situations of long-term unemployment
• Two people for the cleaning service
• One multi-purpose operator

Interested parties can register by visiting the SOIB website and selecting the corresponding offer between 14 and 21 November, both inclusive.

In 2022, the SOIB's Reactiva programme is financed with state funds through the Sectorial Conference of Employment Affairs and as part of the Employment Shock Plan, which is part of the Reactivation Plan of the Balearic government.

14 November 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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"¿Qué coño está pasando?" documentary opens Formentera's commemoration of 25 Nov.

foto 2022xi presentacio 25NToday the Formentera Office of Equality together with the Espai Dones association presented the events organised for 25 November ("25N"), International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The programme starts at 6.00pm, Friday 18 November, with a screening and subsequent discussion of the documentary ¿Qué coño está pasando? at the adult learning centre (Escola d'Adults, CEPA Pitiüses classrooms) next to CEIP Mestre Lluís Andreu.

Through various reflections, the documentary unpacks issues related to gender equality and gender violence, "one of the drivers of inequality that remain deeply rooted today", say the film's directors, Marta Jaenes and Rosa Marquez.

The next activity will be the Formentera Office of Culture-organised "Informe de camarera", an exhibition by Canarian artist Alejandro Robaina Vera. The exhibition opens at 7.00pm, Monday 21 November, at Sala d'Exposicions "Ajuntament Vell". Alejandro Robaina has always maintained close ties with cleaning staff and, through his aunt, mother and cousins, who have worked as hotel cleaning staff, had first-hand knowledge of their conversations, labour struggles, joys and struggles.

25N: radio round table, info stand and rally in the square
At 10.00am, 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women programme will start at Ràdio Illa with a round table where participants include representatives of social spheres, psychology, health, law enforcement and the Formentera Office of Equality. Meanwhile, a "No Means No" (No i Punt) information table will also be set up and posters hung in Plaça de la Constitució. At 5.00pm, a rally will be held in Plaça de la Constitució with readings by female volunteers and a reading of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women manifesto.

The 25N programme will culminate with a 9.00pm screening of the film Solo una vez in the Sala de Cultura (Cinema). An additional screening is scheduled at 8.00pm on 27 November. This Guillermo Ríos Bordón-directed thriller forces viewers to analyse every word and every act to decide whether or not the event in question qualifies as violence.

14 November 2022
Communications Office
Consell de Formentera

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