900 youth participate in a program to educate alcohol abuse.
Santander, October 31 .- About 900 high school students participate in a program Santander led the City Council to raise awareness of the consequences of alcohol abuse and prevention, thus this habit.
Santander City Council will implement this next week the program, called "Pampered" and it is designed to raise awareness among schoolchildren in the city of between 12 and 16, ffxiv gil, years.
In total, about 900 secondary students from ten schools, which participate in this initiative, and it will go to the Exhibition of Santander for nine performances that will develop from the play that bears the mime title "Pampered" during the days 2, 3 and 4 November.
The Association of Alcoholics Anonymous of Santander and Cantabria, darkfall online gold, supports this initiative and will participate with the presence of a member of this group which will release his personal experience to the school, said the City Council in a press release.
Councilwoman Family, Welfare and Equality, Isabel Gomez-Barreda, explained that the goal is to use art, in particular, an art as old as the theater of mime to convey a message, sto energy credits , of reflection and prevention to the population school between 12 and 16 years in the municipality.
The play "Pampered" which will be performed by a mime actor Peter Roberts, develops different interactive scenes transported viewers to everyday situations that will make think about the abuse of alcohol and socio consequences involved.
The project aims to encourage critical reflection on the excessive consumption of alcohol, promoting the prevention of risks associated with their consumption; open a communication channel to generate debate on the topics suggested by the show and encourage healthy alternatives.
This initiative is part of "The Art prevent," which includes various projects socio-raising, auto transmission which is the art in different methodologies.
"The program aims to provide updated and accurate information to young people about the consequences of unhealthy consumption habits," said Gomez-Barreda. -Cantabria