Distributive justice observed during International Film Festival for Children and Youth

Referring to the 34th International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Isfahan, Mostafa Nabatinejad, the head of the Research Center of the Islamic City Council of Isfahan said, “In a city that represents the real sense of life, family is being put first. On the other hand, children are emphasized in families; All urban infrastructures and family attention are directed to the intellectual and physical growth of children."

Iran (IMNA) - He added, "on that account, we must pay heed to the urban physical infrastructure and make cultural, artistic and educational events happen in the interests of kids empowerment."

Emphasizing that the festival belongs to Isfahan, Nabatinejad continued, "I hope that the 34th Film Festival for Children and Youth, as an international event, left good memories for the city as in previous years."

Stating that one of the main policies of the city council has been the realization of the slogan "Isfahan; the livable city", he went on to say that, "The livable city is alive with its cultural occasions, and one of the main events in Isfahan, which also has national and international manifestation, is the International Film Festival for Children and Youth.”

Noting that most of the city's cinemas are located in the central areas of Isfahan, Nabatinejad said "Access to cinemas was a little difficult for families before the festival; so, mobile cinemas launched in some neighborhoods during the event and children in deprived areas enjoyed watching movies. Also, the concern of distributive justice was somewhat alleviated with this initiative. "

The head of the Research Center of the Islamic City Council of Isfahan ended, "If children feel confident, they will increase their cultural competence; like what we have witnessed in the festival during which adolescents showed a unique participation. "

Distributive justice observed during International Film Festival for Children and Youth

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