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Schools in the Balearic Islands warn that there are children who see and imitate “El juego del Calamar”

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PalmaSchools in the Balearic Islands warn that there are students who watch and imitate the Netflix series The squid game. This is stated by the Association of Directors of Infant and Primary Schools of Mallorca. When they learned that this production was spreading among some children, they warned families that it was not suitable for school-age boys and girls as it had very violent content. “But some children say they watch it with their parents,” they warn.

The same was noted by a school in Palma, which sent a statement to families warning that some children would “act, dramatize or perform scenes from this series”. They have voiced their concern about these facts and warned about the explicit violence that appears on the series that has become the most watched premiere on the American platform.

This problem does not only occur in the Balearic Islands, centers in different parts of the state have also encountered this situation. In Madrid, for example, a kindergarten and elementary school have sent a circular to families warning that they have found “attitudes and games” related to the series in the students, according to the Europa Press agency. In Catalonia, a teacher at a school in Catalonia tweeted on Friday that the series had arrived in schoolyards. “They play wall to wall for a lifetime, but when someone moves they shoot them with guns and they stay on the floor until the game is over,” he wrote.

In light of these facts, the Catalan Audiovisual Council (CAC) has recalled that the South Korean Netflix series is content that, according to the same platform, is recommended for those over the age of 16 and “should not be viewed” by children under that age. this series because it contains harmful content. “He also recalled that the platforms have parental control systems that can prevent children from accessing dangerous content.

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the renewal cross at Barça

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BarcelonaBarça celebrates the renewal of Pedri I would ‘Ansu Fati. Shielding the team’s young personalities is one of the top priorities of Barça sports management. Pedri and Ansu, two main footballers of the present and future, knew that they wanted to continue dressing up as Barça and making a career at the club. This made the negotiations easier, both to agree on an extension and to adapt his contractual situation to his status as a protagonist.

The next of the generation Barça baptized as Dream Teen in the media is Gavi, who, like his predecessors, feels comfortable in the Barça ecosystem and the journey he can have in this team and wants to seal the longing renewal. It has been days since the club started talks with the Andalusian midfielder, who will end his contract in 2023 and who landed the first team to stay there?. It is also Ronald Araujo’s turn.

On the other hand, a renewal that Barça has long wanted to tackle and that will be in line is that of Ousmane Dembélé. The agents of the French footballer, who has the second most expensive signing in the history of the club (105 million other variables) only behind Philippe Coutinho, are in no hurry to renew and play, knowing that in January they will be able to play negotiate any other club. Barça do not want to hit that date without clarifying Dembélé’s future but, as club sources told ARA, Barça managers are confident their extension will not be an easy task.

Differences and similarities with the Ilaix case

The footballer, who is practically excluded from the classic on Sunday, is training with the group with the aim of recovering from a hamstring injury to the biceps tendon in his right knee that he sustained during the European Championship with France and that he had to undergo surgery again in Finland by Dr. Leave Lempainen. not as Case of Ilaix MoribaWith the club in a strong position from the start that separated the player from the discipline of the first team, Dembélé is gradually returning to training.

In fact, Ronald Koeman has always argued that if he wins money back at the top, his team’s performance will improve. And in this sense, the Frenchman’s contribution would be a boost to the final position to which the Dutch coach has returned for the time being Sergiño Dest To be able to have band imbalance.

What is on par with the Moriba case is that the representatives of Dembélé are aware that no matter how little he proves that he left his umpteenth injury (as a Barça player, he was absent more than a dozen times) , remains a market participant. Basically, because if it is not renewed, the club that purchases its services can take it in without paying a transfer, which would grease the pockets of its agents with a juicy bonus to move the footballer as a team, which at the same time would he got a better salary in relation to what Barça is willing to pay him in the current economic context of the club. These are the main ingredients of a game that is at stake and the French international has been tempted by clubs like Juventus in the past, along with a good poster in the Premier League.

In a newspaper interview Sports Last week, Joan Laporta shared good words for Dembélé, defining him as “a key element for the team to improve”. “If the injuries respect him it will be a very important reinforcement for this season. We are trying to renew him,” said the Barça president, adding that the player “wants to stay”. Laporta’s public statements did not provide for a punishment similar to that of Ilaix in the Frenchman’s case, but ahead of the Valencia clash on Sunday, Ronald Koeman stated in a press conference that if any level of violence is used without renewing it, a Problem that “depends on the club.” And the coach, as he demonstrated with Luis Suárez at the time, has no problem putting this institutional criterion above athletic needs.

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Turkey is building walls to contain Afghan refugees

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IstanbulCalls to Ankara’s offices are increasing, but the answer is always no. Turkey does not want to hear of a new exodus ending at home, as was the case with four million Syrians fleeing the war. This fire was extinguished by the EU with 6 billion euros and promises not kept, and that is what the Afghan exodus is aiming for in Brussels’ eyes. The UN estimates that around half a million people will have fled the Taliban regime by the end of this year.

“Turkey will not be the camp for refugees on their way to Europe,” warned the Turkish president in August, referring to the events in Afghanistan. His Foreign Minister made it clear: “If the EU thinks ‘Let’s give money and keep the Afghans in Turkey’ on Afghans, there can be no such cooperation.” In fact, after a phone call between Erdogan and his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the Turkish President denied the possibility of Turkey resuming a massive influx of refugees and also called on the European Union to restart its accession process. This lawsuit was already planned and signed in lAgreement between the EU and Turkey from 2016 by the shield of the European border. The € 6 billion for this containment policy was only paid last year, with pipettes, but demands such as the resumption of talks on EU membership, visa liberalization or the revision of the customs union remain stalled.

Frozen relationships

For Aykan Erdemir, director of the Turkey Program for the Defense of Democracies, a hypothetical wave of migration to Europe could serve to thaw relations between Turkey and the EU: “Erdogan knows that the growing threat of Afghan refugees will be their position further strengthen it vis-à-vis the EU so that Ankara could receive a second refugee agreement with diplomatic and financial concessions.

They know from Turkey that a new migration agreement could trigger great unrest among the Turkish population. And Basak Kale, an expert on relations with the European Union at Ankara Technical University, stressed that a new wave “will have financial implications in areas such as housing, health, employment and education”. But arrivals will be inevitable for many. For this reason, Kale is also of the opinion that a new cooperation agreement with the EU will be necessary, but this will not result in the Eurasian country joining the community club.

However, on September 15, the European Parliament approved a € 14 billion package for EU accession countries, including Turkey. But Kale pulls iron: “The IPA [l’instrument de preadhesió] it was adopted even in times of tense relations between Turkey and the EU and does not necessarily indicate a recovery in accession negotiations.

Concrete walls

In view of the Taliban’s unstoppable advance since last spring, Ankara has already built a wall on the border with Iran. No increase in flows has been noted so far, but arrivals are expected to increase in the coming months. The Turks, who are struggling with an unemployment rate of around 12% and disproportionate inflation, no longer accepted the admission of refugees, but rejected them. And this factor does not remain hidden from the political parties, as they are aware that decisive elections will take place in 2023. And Erdogan’s AKP has already made it clear that it will do its best to prevent and return further entries into its territory. The rhetoric of the largest opposition party, the Kemist CHP, is similar: “In two years at the latest I will send all refugees to their places of origin with drums and clarinets,” said its president, Kemal Kilicdaroglu. And the rhetoric becomes more drastic. The governor of Bolu, a region in the north of the country, has ordered refugees in his region to keep a curfew from 9pm, adding that “they should not use too much species in their meals so as not to disturb the neighbors”. .

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Menorca presents a guide to improve communication with people with disabilities

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MAÓThe Foundation for People with Disabilities of Menorca has published a guide on how to improve communication and care for people with disabilities. The company will be giving it to businesses, families and users as part of the opening of the Social Course, which will take place this Friday at Parc d’Es Freginal de Maó.

The Minister for Social Affairs and Vice-President of the Foundation, Bàrbara Torrent, said: “We want to celebrate the start of the school year with all the complementary activities”, stressing: “Remember that we have reorganized in all areas of direct management and thank you the staff, users and families who will make it easier to open up and support. Some essential services that have been more difficult to manage during the pandemic and that have been given the utmost care and attention. “

A guide, according to Torrent, presented as a tool to support and improve care for people with disabilities: “People with functional diversity still stumble between stereotypes, categorized into name and prejudice condition based on personal and contextual factors. Above all, however, she would like to demand the cooperation of the whole of society in order to remove obstacles from the environment “.

For her part, the Foundation’s communications director, Àngels Andreu, emphasizes: “From a professional point of view, we want to provide help under the best possible conditions, and that also applies to language, treatment, security, warmth and security.” The guide is divided into three parts: language key, Accessible content and media. The first relates to the appropriate terminology to address people with disabilities, sensory, hearing, physical, mental illnesses, intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders or minority diseases. The second consists of recommendations in texts, images, Videos, electronic documents, rules and guidelines to improve the care of people with disabilities, guidelines for organizing a public event or making interviews available, are also included. After all, they see the media as the great spokesman for society.

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