By Linda Hall •
Updated: 12 Aug 2022 • 23:35
SPANISH GOVERNMENT: State Pact Against Gender Violence provides town halls with cash
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The province’s towns and cities will use this cash from the central government’s State Pact Against Gender Violence for different projects between July 1 and June 30, 2023. All will be aimed at eradicating sexist violence.
Almeria’s allocation has risen by €128,165 – an increase of almost 19 per cent – compared with 2021.
Most of the Madrid grant will go to Almeria City and Poniente municipalities although in Levante, Nijar will receive €23,924 followed by Nijar (€23,924), Cuevas del Almanzora (€21,943) and Pulpi (€20,185).
The central government’s assistant sub-delegate to Almeria province, Juan Ramon Fernandez, stressed the importance of providing town halls with sufficient funds to eliminate sexist violence.
“These are the administrations that are closest to the victims and they should have have to hand the necessary tools to promote equality.
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