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16/02/19 Others

Tres Culturas will launch an accompaniment programme for Moroccan temporary workers in Huelva

José Manuel Cervera, director of the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation), and Farid Omar, curator of the Spanish Pavilion at SIEL.

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Red CARPET Open Studio Tour

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Tres Culturas will launch an accompaniment programme for Moroccan temporary workers in Huelva

The Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation), together with other national, regional and local institutions, will be launching a comprehensive accompaniment programme for the Moroccan temporary workers spread across various locations in Huelva for the upcoming agricultural campaign. 19,000 Moroccan women are expected to join the campaign, the majority arriving as of the 15th of March.

This initiative is a continuation of other activities carried out to this respect by the Foundation in recent years, although it is now to be included in a more ambitious programme which includes more training, cultural and leisure activities as well as assistance in more personal matters such as health treatment or bureaucratic matters.

These activities were addressed on the 14th of February by a work committee in Rabat which, as well as a group from the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) led by its director, José Manuel Cervera, also included representatives of the Deputy Ministry for Morrocan Expats and Migration Matters and the Ministry of Work and Professional Insertion of the Kingdom of Morocco.

The presence of the team from Tres Culturas coincided with the King and Queen of Spain’s official visit to Morocco. In fact, the director and the deputy director of the Foundation, Carmen Fernández-Távora, attended the reception that King Felipe VI offered at the National Library in Rabat, which gathered businesspeople, officials and other members of the Spanish community in Morocco as well as five ministers of the Spanish Government.

They both also took part in the Casablanca International Editorial and Book Show, presenting the TRES FESTIVAL, the biennial forum in Granada at which the Foundation has been bringing together the most relevant Mediterranean writers since 2016.