EDUCATION: When refugee children or adolescents come, they are helped by giving them school materials and scholarships so that they can complete their studies. This means a basic education that will allow them to progress in the future and help them improve their personal situation and their families´too. In Spain, primary and secondary education are free and compulsory. Pre-school is not compulsory, but since it is also free, all children go to kindergarten.
The house of culture is a place that all the towns should have, because in it there are many activities like theater plays, talks by important people, films… In the case of Iniesta in the house of culture you can do more tan that. For example, what they do most often is cinema, that is, they put on films for all types of audiences and when you pass by you can see the billboard of films. Another cool thing about this place is the bar that has inside where you can have a coffee while you sunbathe on the terrace or you can snack until
This place is the cooperative, which is located in the outskirts of the town. It’s one of the most recognized places in Iniesta, because wine is a very important part of the economy.This place’s main part is the one that looks as some kind of building, where the wine is made. However, there are also two hermitage, and each on of them contains a statue of a Saint. And, due to the existence of these religious figures, parties take place in the ‘cooperativa’ of Iniesta. There are some benches as well for people who meet here with friends.
They need to register in the townhall. The charities train the refugees with especific courses. When they have the formation, they start to work. They can legalize their situation after two years of permanent job. Children under 16 must go to school, so they need to register and attend classes.