ESN Country: 
Spain
City: 
Santander
ESN Section: 
ESN Santander
Date of the event: 
Saturday, 18 May, 2019 - 22:00 to Sunday, 19 May, 2019 - 00:00
What is the main cause of the activity?: 
Type of the Event: 
Description of the event: 
The activity took place at the “Espacio Joven” of Santander, starting at 10:00 pm with an informative talk gave by ACCAS (Asociación Ciudadana Cántabra Antisida – a local organization helping people with AIDS), for 20 minutes.
Then a Kahoot game was made. There, 21 questions about sexuality, sexual practices, STDs and sexual orientation were made, with the subsequent comments and clarification of each of them. This part lasted some 40 minutes.
Then, a dynamic of 10 minutes was performed for attendees to have a first contact in a more relaxed way. It consisted in giving each person two pieces of paper with their name and, while talking to the rest of the people freely, they had to exchange papers with anyone they wanted. At the end of the time it was revealed that one of the participants had an STD and the chain of people who could be infected through the exchange of papers was revealed.
The activity ended with the Speed Dating: 15 rounds of 3 minutes each, where the participants were rotating and changing partners.
During the whole activity, a series of snacks, empanadas (typical Spanish food), sweets and drinks were available for the participants.
Type of participants: 
ESNers
International Students
Local Community
Total Number of ESNers participating in the activity: 
6
Total Number of International Students participating in the activity: 
17
Total Number of local participants participating in the activity: 
24
Have people with disabilities attended the event?: 
No
Did you cooperate with other organisations for this event?: 
Yes
Name of the organisation: 
ACCAS (Asociación Ciudadana Cántabra Antisida )
Website of the organisation: 
https://accas.es/index.php/es/
How did they contribute to the event: 
They gave an informative talk about sexuality, sexual practices and STDs.
Other causes that have been tackled at the same time? : 
Health & Well-being
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