Those working in the Prisma Network are trained in sexual and gender diversity

The aim of the Prima network is to improve the quality of life and guarantee equality and respect

16 may 2024
Recently Adeje council hosted specialised training on sexual diversity and gender for the administrative and political staff of the South Tenerife Prisma network.  The training was developed by the Rayuela Association.  The South Tenerife Prisma network is defined as a working space for those municipalities aware of and committed to affective, sexual and gender diversity, to improving the quality of local actions in this area with this initiative, further optimising resources, and implementing actions and shared objectives.
Adeje councillor for equality, José Antonio López Delgado, explained that "it has been a training day which has addressed why it is important to continue working on sexual and gender diversity at the municipal level and what is the situation of LGTBI+ people in the south of Tenerife".
The network currently has 9 council members - Adeje, Arico, Arona, Fasnia, Granadilla, Guía de Isora, San Miguel, Santiago del Teide and Vilaflor.
Objectives of the Network
To promote the mainstreaming of the principle of equality and non-discrimination in local policies in the south of Tenerife.
To raise awareness about the right of each person to their own sexual choice and gender identity.
To prevent discrimination on the grounds of gender identity or sexual choice.
To create a space for dialogue for mutual advice, training, guidance and exchange of experiences and good practices between the municipalities that are members of the Network.
To disseminate the existence of this network and to establish timely dialogue with other entities or institutions of an insular, regional or any other nature, committed to this matter, with the aim of expressing shared demands and obtaining funding for joint, regional activities.
To promote the participation, visibility and representation of the people of this group, as well as their reality and their specific needs, both in the public and private spheres.