According to HCD Ordinance No. 4961/22, from 2022, Olavarria included the celebration of the Day of the Right to Play in its municipal calendar. The initiative was initiated from the Childhood and Adolescence Observatory of the Faculty of Social Sciences, within the framework of the Comprehensive Extension Program “Childhood, Rights and Youth” of the National University of the Center of the Province of Buenos Aires.
Within this framework, this year, in addition to the formation of a multisectoral work commission, various recreational activities will be proposed by the Federal Council under the slogan “We are playing free marbles”. These will take place simultaneously in different parts of the city and will be open to the community.
May 20 program
In Rivadavia and General Paz (Coronel Olavarria Central Square) from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm, recreational and artistic proposals will be developed by ISFD No. 47, INSRO Initial Education Teachers Career, Sub La Maternal Garden Lá. Unicen) and the Scout Group of Our Lady of Fatima.
In addition, those who participate will be able to participate in the “Play in my neighborhood, play in my city” workshop in order to draw up a manifesto that reflects their needs and interests regarding the right to play in their immediate environment. Establishes, gives prominence to their own voice.. The activity is supported by the Undersecretary of Rights, Equality and Opportunities of the Municipality of Olavarria.
In the Villa Magdalena neighborhood, from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm, at the intersection of Necochia and Córdoba, the “Queremos Jugar” extension project of the Faculty of Health Sciences will develop a playful proposal that includes a ceramics workshop, outdoor sports free Fee, breakfast and live finale.
The project seeks to promote play space for children and their families in the Villa Magdalena neighborhood belonging to the UniSense Territorial Extension Point. Various institutions, social organizations, neighbors and neighbors are part of the proposal, thus enriching the expression and interregional work. Participating: Villa Magdalena Nest, CAPS No. 16, Green Neighborhoods Assembly, Upa la Maternal Garden (Unisen), Observatory for Children and Adolescents, and neighborhood neighbors.
Also played every Saturday at the Library on the Other Side of the Tree, in continuation of the proposal and under the slogan “Free Stone: We’re Playing”. So will the Municipal Sports Department with the sports competitions organized for that day.
Finally, a specific proposal will be made for educational institutions and municipal programs for children and adolescents. The purpose of this call is that between 18 May and 24 May children and young people dedicate a moment of their school day to celebrate play, through the proposal The Right to Play What do children on the other side of the world play?