ISOLATED?

Isolated? Women who make women visible

Isolated? Women who make women visible, Ramón Mayol

ISOLATED? Women who make women visible is an audiovisual documentary that reflects on the role of women in today's society, in general, and on the islands of Ibiza and Formentera, in particular, is it isolated? Or on the contrary, is it fully integrated into society? The objective is to promote reflection and individual review of each person around the concept of gender equity., both in the professional field and in family and personal relationships. An individual awareness that should allow us to act and lead a transformation that leads us to a society where the value of equal opportunities between men and women is an effective reality.

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TO THE APPROACH TO PROSTITUTION IN IBIZA

Tackling prostitution in Ibiza

TO THE APPROACH TO PROSTITUTION IN IBIZA

The Technical Table for the Approach to prostitution has met, human trafficking and smuggling for sexual exploitation in the city of Ibiza. The meeting was held after the Table was constituted in December with the political representation of the different administrations and entities with the intention of setting objectives and possible actions to carry out in this area..

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THE GODDESS TANIT

Bust of the goddess Tanit (photo from Ibiza-Click.com)

Bust of the goddess Tanit in the Archaeological Museum of Ibiza and Formentera

The goddess Tanit wraps the island of Ibiza in a halo of mysticism, mix of cultures and traditions. Legend has it that Ibiza was considered an ideal island by the Carthaginians since there were no poisonous animals on its territory, it was easy to dock by sea and also to conquer ...

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POPULATION GROUPS TO BE VACCINATED

The Department of Health and Consumption of the Balearic Government has already completed the vaccination of the first group that was scheduled and that includes users and professionals of nursing homes for the elderly and people with disabilities, and soon the second group will end, encompassing frontline healthcare professionals against COVID-19.

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THE SOUL OF JUAN SOUL

The ALMA disc, de Juan Soul, is an album with ten songs of different styles and for all audiences whose release is scheduled for next spring. Some songs are already available on music platforms.

 

The musician, Canarian dj and producer based in Ibiza Juan Soul is determined to launch the best Caribbean and Latin sounds from our island. Last December he presented the song ‘My Black’, in which he had the collaboration of the singer Ricardito Rivera. Now he presents the single Mi Habana, In which Ricardito also collaborates as a singer in addition to other greats of the Caribbean music scene such as Eribertho Cruz from ‘Alma Cubana’ on voice and percussion, Kumar Sublevao-Beat on rapping and Sergio Fernandez from ‘Tonny Succar Band’ on trumpet.

The song ‘My Havana’ is a fusion of cha cha cha, they are cuban, latin jazz, boogaloo and hip-hop. The presentation video clip reviews various places where different locations on the island have been recorded., from the airport to las salinas, Platja d’en Bossa or Sant Antoni, passing through some establishments where the group appears performing. You can also see different phases of the production process within Juan Soul's own studio, ‘Dakarai Records’.

‘My Havana’ and ‘My Black’ are the two previews of Juan Soul's new album, titled SOUL (Afro LatIn Mambo) and that it is expected to see the light next 1 June. In addition, To make it more enjoyable, the Canarian musician plans to launch the 20 march a new single, 'You know'.

As soon as the nightmare that we are living with the pandemic passes, we will be able to enjoy good live music again and artists committed to quality and professionalism like those in question..

Naomi Osaka

 

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