The permanent secretariat of the Child Friendly Cities Program made public the resolution recognizing the work of the municipalities in favor of the rights of children and adolescents with the seal of recognition of the Child Friendly Cities 2016-2020, granting said distinction to 55 municipalities that receive it for the first time, and renewing other 25.
Very close to Child Friendly Cities
Tourist services in the vicinity
- The Campanu Oviedo 0,41 km
We specialize in seafood and fresh fish from the Bay of Biscay and our establishment has the seal of
- Tejeme: wool shop online 14,43 km
Tejeme we are Ana and Manuel, two Asturian friends, who one day decided to set up an online store
- Furniture restoration Miravalles 15,64 km
What we do: Treatments against woodworm. Cleaning. Joinery repairs. Traditional finishes
- Deporventura: bike rental, ravines ... 16,55 km
Deporventura carries out activities in the Valle del Oso and throughout Asturias such as BTT, caving, canyons,
- Capin Cake 25,09 km
In Capin Cake we make your sweet moments come true. Pastry 100% homemade and daily. Order your cake
What to see and what to do in a nearby radius
- Cuisine 0,01 km
The greatest variety of raw materials in gastronomic markets, the increase of training in schools
- Important cities of Asturias 0,04 km
The visit began in Oviedo, the capital of the Principality of Asturias, we continue through Gijón, the most
- Typical Asturian dishes 0,09 km
Today, more than 40 cheese varieties are produced in Asturias and that is why we are the largest cheese
- Typical Asturian desserts 0,09 km
Here we detail the most characteristic: The borrachinos (crumb of bread with egg), the fried milk (with
- Field Tuesday in Oviedo 0,11 km
In Oviedo there is a Tuesday marked in red on the calendar: "El Martes de Campo" or "La Balesquida", which
Map: how to get to Child Friendly Cities
Eleven Asturian municipalities they get the first time stamp of recognition of Child Friendly Cities 2016-2020: Carreño, Coaña, Pravia, Illas, Sobrescobio, Gijón, Oviedo, Noreña, Llanera, Grado and Ribadesella. Two renew it, Salas and Castrillón.
In total, 170 are the populations that make up the network of Child Friendly Cities. The Permanent Secretariat of the Child Friendly Cities Program has also awarded 44 distinctions of the VIII Best Practices Contest, a contest in which exemplary projects or actions in favor of children and adolescents are recognized, carried out by local governments and other public and private entities. In the relationship are also Parres, Colunga and Piloña.
This program is promoted by UNICEF Spanish Committee, the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP) and the University Institute of Needs and Rights of Children and Adolescents (IUNDIA). The objective is to design and implement effective public policies to improve the welfare of children, defending their rights, encouraging their participation and making cities more livable environments, especially for the youngest.