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.
This place, called El Torreon, it’s the last rest of a medieval castle which was situated in the highest zone of the town. At the end of the Middle Ages, this castle was sent to be destroyed, after the victory of Catholic Kings against the Marqués de Villena, owner of the castle and Iniesta. There is a bullfighting arena which in the past was used as a public place for celebrations. Few years ago, they found a piece of the Iberia Age. Today, we use this place as Iniesta tourism office and we maintain the municipal clock.
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
Teachers’ meeting Minutes 29th November 2018 – 1st December 2018 Agenda 1. Certificates and Payment cards. The coordinators have received the payment cards and the certificates for teachers and students. Every country has realized the payment in cash except for Italy, which has made an international bank transfer. 2. Sign official document about Portugal. This document has been sent to the National Agency of the coordinator country, that means Spain. It has also been sent to all the participant countries. 3. Organization of the visit and activities. Everybody is happy about the organization of the activities. If problems have appeared, they have been solved, bearing in
The second day of the Spanish visit Integrapp+ students could participate in the logo contest for choosing the project logo. Each country showed and explained their proposed logo and then all the students voted their favourite logo for the project. And the winner is… Finland!! These are the results:
One of the programmed activities of the Integrapp+ project is the logo contest in each country partner. In Spain they have decided their winner logo yet. It will compete with the winner logos of each country to be the project logo. In the visit to Spain, students and teachers will vote for their favourite logo. But in Spain, nobody lose. The logos are being painted in the walls.
One of the programmed activities for the Spanish visit is to know more about the life and situation of refugees and immigrant people in the city of each school. In order to do that, students are working with their teachers and interviewing to refugees or immigrants, collecting data that will be helpful to sum up their situation and the difficulties they had when had to come to our countries. Here you can find some pictures of Spanish and Finnish students working with interviews: Spain Finland
These days, students of all the countries involved in the Integrapp+ project are preparing the activities that will be done in the first visit. This time, finnish, italian and danish students will travel to the spanish school, the I.E.S. Cañada de la Encina school in Iniesta, Spain. The student are training and working in their free time to prepare all the products that will be shown in the different activities during the visit to Spain. Spanish students Finnish Students Italian students