20 Jul Terrassa leads European project to apply intersectionality
The City Council of Terrassa leads a European project to apply intersectionality to the administration. On Wednesday, July 18, Eva Candela, Deputy Mayor of the Area of Social Rights and Services for Persons, Montse Martínez Soler, Director of the Area of Social Rights and Services for People, Miquel Missé, Researcher of the Line Studies on sexual and gender diversity at the University of Vic – UCC and Mariana Pfenniger, director of the Area of Consultancy and International Projects of CEPS Projectes Socials projects made a general presentation of the project and announced the new training cycle in Interseccionality. This cycle will begin in September, and is aimed at professionals who work in the field of equality policies, people from entities, companies and other administrations that are interested in the subject, as well as the general public. The program of the cycle can be consulted here, and registrations are open online.