Annual itineraries that align cultural, social and educational activities around civil rights with the aim of enhancing diversity from an intersectional perspective, promoting acceptance and respect. The process involves several social agents (technical staff, entities, companies) and local administration areas.
- More than 3,400 people participated in different activities in 2016.
- In this framework, a comprehensive care service has been created to support and advise people who suffer discrimination, as well as to train professionals in prevention.
- A group of secondary school teachers has been established who act as advisers on diversity management issues.