The Congress of Deputies and the main Town Halls of Spain will light up the color Turquoise Blue on October 10, to give visibility to this specific learning difficulty that affects at least 10% of the population
The Spanish Federation for Dyslexia and Other Specific Learning Difficulties (FEDIS) has organized various activities throughout the month of October in most provinces, with the aim of making this learning disorder visible, which affects approximately four out of every six school failures and dropouts.
In addition to the Congress of Deputies, the country's main cities and councils will be lit up in turquoise blue this Thursday, joining this federation's campaign, with the motto for yet another year #UnidosPorLaDyslexia, and to which the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECID) has also joined.
The Blue-Turquoise color
Three years ago, the General Assembly of the Spanish Dyslexia Federation unanimously chose turquoise blue as the color that represents the cause of dyslexia, since it is a color with mostly positive connotations for people with dyslexia, since it promotes creativity, calm, serenity, tranquility and relaxation.
This Thursday, October 10, world dyslexia day, the presentation of the resolution on the situation of people with specific learning disorders will take place at 19:XNUMX p.m. in the Varadero de Palma de Mallorca, led by the MEP Rosa Estarás , vice-president of the disability intergroup of the European Parliament. This resolution aims to urge all the countries of the European Union to carry out all appropriate and essential actions, with the aim of guaranteeing equal conditions and opportunities for people with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties (DEA)
IV National Day of Dyslexia