International Women’s Day (Sant Antoni)
The Sant Antoni City Council presents several activities on the occasion of International Women’s Day aimed at raising awareness and achieving gender equality and continuing the struggle for the human rights of all women and girls.
On Tuesday, March 3, the first activity will be held in commemoration of this day with the workshop “Expressa’t” on the role of women in science that will take place in the Espai Jove de Sant Antoni at 7h30 pm.
On Wednesday, March 4, the auditorium of the Cervantes Cultural Center at 8 pm will host the conference “Changing crying for smiles” by the Clownsoulwoman International Platform, a platform based in Madrid and Eivissa and which has travelled three continents giving support to the woman through clown and laughter.
On Thursday, March 5, the events are transferred to the Municipal Library of Sant Antoni, where the “No princesses or fairies … only extraordinary” storytelling has been scheduled, aimed at girls from 5 years old, and at 7 pm. Children’s workshop on “Stories of women with history” that requires prior registration in the library. The two acts will be carried out by Celia Ruiz, founder of the International Clownsoulwoman Platform.
On Friday, March 6 at 6 pm, a female self-defence and self-protection workshop will be held by Dojo Hikan Kyokushin, which requires prior registration via email email@example.com, while on Saturday, on March 7 at 10 am, there will be a laughter therapy workshop for women in the auditorium of the Cervantes Cultural Center, also in charge of Celia Ruiz. On the same Saturday, the Association of Vesins de Can Tomàs has also organized a conference on “Physical exercise and health in women from 50 years” in charge of the technique in sports physical activity and nutritionist, Ana Rus Huerta, which will take place at the s’Olivera bar at 7 pm.
Finally, on March 8, International Women’s Day, the “Caminada per la dona” of Nordic walking will be celebrated from 10 am, included in the Nordic Walking program of the City Council of Sant Antoni.
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