Petition signed to protect children in Almeria

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DECISION MADE: The Junta de Andalucia. Photo credit: Tumblr

THE Junta de Andalucia, the Provincial Delegation of Almería and more than 20,000 people have signed a collective commitment agreement to protect children in the province.

The signatures have come from people in areas including Almeria, Adra, El Ejido, Níjar, Roquetas de Mar and Vícar.

The signing of the agreement was carried out during the Conference on Childhood Policies held at the headquarters of the Government Delegation of the Board in Almeria.

The meeting was opened by the territorial delegate of Equality, Health and Social Policy, José María Martín, who stressed that “both the development of the conference and the signing of the agreement aims to improve the lives of children of Almería, recognising and promoting their rights and working always thinking of their best interests.”

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