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Little Red Riding Hood walks alone in Vitoria-Gasteiz

Author: CIVITAS Support
Posted on: Friday, January 28, 2011 - 13:01
Vitoria - Gasteiz , MODERN

“Little Red Riding Hood walks alone, the reintroduction of children in the city” focuses to the importance of safe routes to school for children autonomy and for the improvement of cities.

The exhibition “Little Red Riding Hood walks alone” focuses on the difficulties of children in their relationship with the urban environment and approaches to the importance of safe routes to school for children autonomy and for the improvement of cities. It also presents some initiatives launched in various locations, trying to make the streets a safer and friendly space for children.\Little Red Riding Hood walks alone\ is an exhibition produced by the National Center for Environmental Education under the Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs.The exhibition consists of 28 panels and a video. The panels are differentiated into two types, both formally and by way of addressing the issue.A panel group developing the story of an urban Riding Hood must overcome various difficulties to move autonomously through the streets of the city.Other panels address more conceptual problems. This exhibition is suitable for all ages, although especially facilitates family visits.The exhibition can be seen at the Exhibition Hall of the Casa de la Dehesa de Olarizu from 20 January to 20 February.

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