| The events are completed with the reading of the manifesto in favor of the rights of the child and a video starring special education students | A total of ten graffiti artists participate in the 1st Urban Art Festival, with which Alcantarilla celebrates Universal Children's Day, along with other events, such as the reading of the institutional manifesto in favor of children's rights and the broadcast by the YouTube channel of the City Council of the video produced by the students of the Eusebio Martínez Special Education Center, on the rights of children. Dan Ferrer, Kraser, Callizo, Sfhir, Lanenaguapa, Mr.
Chapu, Goyo203, Rayajos, Félix M.
de la Paz and Lucía Viudez will paint their works on the facades of several buildings in Plaza Cayitas, Calle Mayor and El Jardín de Campoamor, the common theme inspired by the Universal Declaration of the Rights of the Child. The mayor of Alcantarilla, Joaquín Buendía, today visited some of the works that the artists are doing and pointed out that "we have brought together ten of the most prominent figures of national urban art to bring art to the street and that all citizens can enjoy it permanently, at all hours and every day of the year ". This set of graffiti symbolizes the ten rights of childhood included in the Universal Declaration and forms the first urban art route of Alcantarilla, an initiative of the City Council to "turn the city into an open-air museum, with art made by and for the calle, a way of supporting creators of culture, especially in the difficult moment that the sector is going through, "added Buendía. Manifesto for childhood Another show of the city's support and commitment to the defense of children's rights was the reading of a manifesto in the Plenary Hall of the City Council, in which the political groups Popular Party, Socialist Party and Citizens participated. After reading the manifesto, a video produced by the Eusebio Martínez Special Education Center, on the rights of children seen through the eyes of the pupils. This video is available to anyone who wants to view it at the link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC7srgCDPA-Xa4pIbfEb5VA. Since 2018, Alcantarilla has been part of the Child Friendly Cities network, promoted by Unicef, thanks to the municipality's commitment to the participation of the youngest in the public activities it organizes and the preparation of the 1st Childhood and Adolescence Plan.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alcantarilla