NOVEMBER 18, 2016
The activity was held in the Mural Hall of the Intendancy of the Biobío and was attended by Esperanza Cueto Plaza, President of the Colunga Foundation, Sergio Giacaman García, President of the CATIM Corporation, Sandra Castro Salazar, Executive Director of the same, and Freddy Venegas Campos , Director of Centro Modelo, as well as regional authorities such as the Seremi de Justicia
The objective of the meeting was to publicize the experience of the "Model Center: Childhood, Youth and Family", a project supported by the Colunga Foundation and that we recall, is a unique pilot program at the national level and whose purpose is to contribute to the creation of policies of children, through the welfare of children and adolescents and their families, with a focus on the promotion of rights.
The event featured exhibitions by the distinguished Doctor of Psychology at the Complutense University of Madrid and an academic from the University of Concepción, Paulina Rincón González and Luis Matías Orellana, President of the Children's Home Foundation Foundation (ECAM Chile).
For Esperanza Cueto, President of Fundación Colunga, Centro Modelo is a program that "is challenging that things can be done differently and that finally innovation, in the processes of accompanying the family and social intervention is possible and this is being demonstrated day by day in the work that is done ", he emphasized.
Campaign for Good Child Treatment
Throughout the month of November, Corporación Catim is carrying out various activities within the framework of the "Súmate al Buen Trato" campaign; which aims to engage citizens in the ethical care of children, to promote their growth in a climate of respect, empathy and affection.
That is why on November 22 will be the presence of the outstanding national athlete Érika Olivera, who will talk about the importance of good treatment and promote sports among children.
The day will start with a breakfast in the center, located in Angol 67 and after that (at noon) there will be a run with Olivera and the children. And at 4:00 pm, there will be a forum open to the community, where the testimony of the athlete can be heard in the auditorium of the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of the Most Holy Conception. The interview will be conducted by the expert psychologist in the approach to sexual abuse, Patricia Liberona.
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