Sustainability

The Foundation is fully aware of the need to implement sustainability policies in all phases (pre-production, production, exploitation and closure) and, therefore, develops and works on a series of SDGs, having established for each of those that we consider applicable to its activity certain strategies and lines of action.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

GoalBy 2030

End the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases and combat hepatitis, waterborne diseases and other communicable diseases.

StrategyBy 2030, end the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases and combat hepatitis, waterborne diseases and other communicable diseases.

Líneas de acción

#onfireresponsable:

  • Awareness campaign and incident channels.

  • Pre-registration measures in all venues to track attendees.

  • Carry out antigen tests to the festival’s production team and artists.

  • Protocols by work groups.

GENDER EQUALITY

Goals

End all forms of discrimination against all women and girls around the world.

Strategy: Festival genre perspective:
  • Gender balanced programming (40 / 60-60 / 40)

  • Production team + 50%.

  • Gypsy women approach.

Lines of action
  • Fair remuneration: comparable artistic caches and wages for production equipment.

  • Promotion of conciliation in the work environment (before and during the festival).

  • Actions to foster access to culture for Roma women (Buses with Roma women from the Ribera invited to the festival).

DECENT WORK: Economic growth

Goals
  • Protect labor rights and promote a safe and secure work environment for all workers, including migrant workers, particularly migrant women and people in precarious jobs.

  • By 2030, develop and implement policies to promote sustainable tourism that creates jobs and promotes local culture and products.

Strategy
  • Inclusive perspective in artistic recruitment.

  • Production staff working conditions.

  • Promotion of the creation of sustainable tourist packages and generation of local employment, with priority to vulnerable groups.

Lines of action
  • Creation of opportunities for artists and staff of the Roma people.

  • Accompaniment to Navarrese flamenco talent; 

  • Navarrese suppliers.

  • Conditions of production personnel, accident insurance, safety protocols and PRL.

  • Tourist packaging with local sector, internationalization.

  • Creation of a guided tour of ‘La Pamplona de Sabicas’.

INEQUALITY REDUCTION

Empower and promote the social, economic and political inclusion of all people, regardless of their age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic situation or other condition.

GoalsBy 2030,
  • empower and promote the social, economic and political inclusion of all people, regardless of their age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic situation or other condition.

Strategy
  • Strategy with perspective for Roma awareness and empowerment.

  • Perspective of social and labor inclusion, with a focus on Roma people and vulnerable groups.

  • Inclusion of people with disabilities.

Lines of action
  • Solidarity tickets, access to culture.

  • Active involvement in activities.

SUSTAINABLE CITIES,
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES

Goals
  • Redouble efforts to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage.
Strategy
  • Intangible Cultural Heritage (Declaration made by UNESCO).

  • Sabicas Universe. 

  • Among others, recovery and dissemination of the work of Sabicas.

Lines of action
  • Dissemination and promotion of flamenco.

  • Recovery of the memory and legacy of Sabicas, as a reference model.

  • Disclosure: annual program of conferences, screenings and auditions.

  • Archive: recovery of unpublished work, special recordings.

ALLIANCES TO ACHIEVE GOALS

Goals

Public-private partnerships. Encourage and promote the establishment of effective alliances in the public, public-private and civil society spheres, taking advantage of the experience and the strategies for obtaining resources from the alliances.

Strategy
  • Networking perspective.

  • Public-private coordination perspective.

Lines of action
  • Networking, involvement with social entities, volunteering, waste management, artist management entities, Navarrese flamenco network (schools, Sabicas house).

  • Transparent and lasting relationships with all levels of public administration (central government, Navarre and local).

  • Involvement of private companies in the financial sustainability of the activity, through sponsorships, patrons, tax investors.