The Queen of Spain held two audiences on Friday, at Zarzuela Palace, Madrid.
Her Majesty's first audience of the day was with representatives of Associations that are involved with the victims of traffic accidents.
'World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims' takes place on the third Sunday in November annually to acknowledge people who have died or were seriously injured in traffic accidents and their families. It is also a day to recognise the dedication of those who contribute to improving the situation of the victims. It was started by the British road crash victim charity, RoadPeace, in 1993 and was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2005.
Queen Letizia's second audience of the day was with a representation of the Association for the Prevention, Reintegration and Care of Prostituted Women (APRAMP). The APRAMP works, from the beginning, to prevent and eradicate sexual exploitation and human trafficking. It defends and promotes the rights of people who suffer sexual exploitation and trafficking so that they regain the freedom, dignity and autonomy necessary to lead a life outside the control and abuse of their exploiters. It develops programs aimed at guaranteeing access to their rights and meeting the needs of victims when they are not covered by public services, acting as a bridge between them and the administrations.