IJAN: Manifest Commitment to SR and Non-Violence Against Women, in the Delivery of Diplomas

December 10, 2021 | Lottery News

CÓRDOBA, Argentina (November 26, 2021) — A detail that did not go unnoticed, during the delivery of diplomas of the graduates of the Technicature at the Magic Casino in Neuquén, were the pins that each of the members of the IJAN and ALEA staff wore on their clothes.

On the lapels, the legend “Enough of violence against women” exposed the IJAN’s commitment to the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, a date that coincided with the event and which allowed the campaign to be given greater visibility than the IJAN began yesterday, proposed by UN Women and consisting of 16 days of activism to promote a committed conversation and awareness at the global level.

The #argentinas lotteries also adhered to the date and shared information on the trainings carried out on the Micaela Law, artistic interventions and violence prevention campaigns with information on where to ask for help, at the national level with line 144 and with their own in the different jurisdictions.

(ALEA) is a non-profit entity that brings together all the state bodies that regulate, administer and control recreational activities in Argentina.

Its strategic mission is to position itself as an advisory, reference and training entity for the regulatory entities of our country in matters of control, inspection, modernization and optimization of resources.

The dynamics of consolidated interaction between its members, through 50 years of joint work, manage the specialized knowledge in the management of games of chance and provide quality proposals for continuous improvement.

Values such as national integration with a federal sense and the consolidation of ethical principles and social responsibility characterize the association and its members under a common denominator: the collection of funds for social action.

SOURCE: The Association of Lotteries, Quinielas and State Casinos of Argentina (ALEA).


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