The organisation opens two new offices in the neighbourhoods of Petxina (Valencia) and Carrús (Elche), in addition to La Coma (Paterna), a place that after 20 years of work has become a reference point for intercultural living and learning.
The e-Spai ICT Network offers free immigration advice services, electronic assistance and digital accompaniment, ICT training and socio-occupational insertion itineraries.
Jovesólides has opened two new offices of the e-Spai ITC network in Valencia and Elche, where it offers free immigration advice, e-support and digital accompaniment, ICT training and social and professional inclusion routes. These centres join the e-Spai La Coma, which after 20 years in this neighbourhood of Paterna has become a reference point for living and learning together between different cultures.
The organisation's president, Lourdes Mirón, explained that the e-Spai ICT network 'reinforces the social work of Jovesólides and strengthens our commitment to the inclusion of the most disadvantaged groups through information and communication technologies'. Over its 24-year history, 'Jovesólides has gained extensive experience working with disadvantaged groups and those at risk of exclusion, promoting employability through innovative methods that 'narrow the digital divide'.
Three ICT spaces at the service of citizens
The three centres of the Jovesólides e-Spai ITC network provide free services to vulnerable groups related to e-government support, ICT training and guidance on social and vocational skills and competences. In addition, a new legal aid for foreigners was activated in the three cities.
The service is available from Monday to Friday by appointment, which you can request at:
- e-Spai Paterna. c/Silla, 10. La Coma-Paterna. Appointment: 649.900.708
- e-Spai València. c/San José de la Montaña, 22. Appointment: 682.476.696
- e-Spai Elche. c/Vicente Aleixandre, 3. Carrús-Elche. Appointment: 650.481.033
The official opening of the Elche headquarters took place in the presence of Marian Campello, Regional Secretary for Innovation and Digital Transformation, Puri Vives, Councillor for Senior Citizens Policy, Civic Participation, Transparency and Social Responsibility, María Dolores Galiana, Councillor for Development Cooperation, as well as numerous representatives of social institutions and associations from Elche.
Rubén Sancho, Regional Secretary for Equality and Diversity, Lucía Beamud, Councillor for Equality and Gender and LGTBI Policy, and Maite Ibáñez, Councillor for Development Cooperation and Migration, as well as a large number of social institutions and associations from the city were present at the inauguration of the headquarters in València.
This project is financed by the Vice-Presidency and the Regional Ministry of Equality and Inclusion Policies under the general interest aid for social purposes charged to the 0.7% of income tax in the Valencia Region.
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