On July 8, we opened a new cycle of guided visits to shops with the history of Bilbao. They have been organizing weekly visits to establishments with tradition for more than 11 years in an experience that is as original as it is enriching. Unfortunately, there are less and less left, but you can still visit and shop in stores that opened their doors more than 100 years ago. In some cases, those who currently run them are the direct heirs who opened their businesses in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. And logically, with so many years behind him, his career is marked by anecdotes, experiences and experiences in step with the evolution that the city of Bilbao itself has been experiencing. In the image, the visitors of…
Two interviews, reports, news and information of interest on Peace and Human Rights complete issue 16 of Bake bidean magazine. In addition, a long article addresses the human and religious vision of the drama that prisoners face. Here is the link to the magazine:
The 11th edition of "Bilboko Gaiak" will be held on July 8, 15, 22 and 29. As every year, the usual shops in Bilbao will become the protagonists of this activity, in which we will be able to get to know directly the long-haul shops full of history. With the help of a guide, in addition to knowing different corners of the city, we will listen to the anecdotes of the shops, their experiences and their evolution over the years from their current owners. Groups will be small, so you can register quickly by calling 94 421 30 31 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
On May 13, a course on speeches and hate crimes due to sexual orientation and gender identity was given at the Paulo Freire Permanent Adult Training Center in Vitoria-Gasteiz. The course started at 10:30 in the morning and ended two hours later. The facilitator was Elena Olaortua, where about twenty people gathered.
This past Tuesday, May 4, we have developed a training workshop on interculturality and coexistence at the Center for Permanent Adult Education in Durango. Beatriz Pérez and Mamadu Ngom have been the coordinators of the same, and it has brought together about twenty people of different nationalities.
As we had announced, this Wednesday, April 14, at the Calle Francia Adult Education Center in Vitoria-Gasteiz, we have given the workshop on “Interpersonal relationships. Empathy with others to live in society ”. Mikel Oribe, director of the Basque School of Sex Education, has been the coordinator of this meeting. The next training will take place on May 4 in Durango, and will deal with "Interculturality and coexistence"
The confinement that all Basques and Basques suffered during the spring of 2020 has marked a before and after in the consumption of digital media. Some web pages and other digital resources have experienced unprecedented demand, and the web pages of our publications and other services we offer have not been immune to this phenomenon. At the beginning of summer, we started the renewal of content and finally we have redesigned and renewed both web pages, a process that will continue throughout 2021 with the addition of new sections and formats. The objective is to offer the best service to our readers, with quality journalism in Basque. As part of this commitment, we have reinforced the updates to the ekonomiarenkz.eus website, updating more than a dozen news items daily and…
Due to the significant influx of visitors and the impact it has had on local society, we have extended the duration of the exhibition on Alfredo Espinosa in Zarautz. The sample should have been withdrawn on Monday, March 15, but will remain open for another week, until next Monday, March 22. Links to some of the information published by the media, such as Noticias de Gipuzkoa, El Dario Vasco or the Zarautz City Council.
As in previous years, we resumed the workshops to work and promote the values of Peace and Coexistence in our society. From March to June we will give a total of seven workshops in as many educational centers in the Basque Autonomous Community: Durango, Tolosa and Vitoria-Gasteiz will be the first municipalities where we will be. Once the final dates and times have been specified, we will inform you of them.
The Zarautz market square (at Kale Nagusia 27) hosts, between March 8 and 13, the traveling exhibition on the ill-fated Minister of Health of the first Basque Government, Alfredo Espinosa, who has previously visited Vitoria-Gasteiz and Bilbao. The exhibition can be visited from Monday to Friday, from 8:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m., and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.