THEATER FORUM ON GENDER VIOLENCE IN OUR CENTER

Nuestro salón de actos ha sido el escenario de una sesión de teatro forum sobre violencia de género ofrecida por la Casa de la mujer de Zaragoza, y dirigida a los grupos de 1º de Grado Medio. The representation was in charge of the Association Psiare, whose actors are psychologists, músicos y formadores. The students participated enthusiastically and was involved in a very intense way. The actors created the enabling environment for viewers reflexionasen and debatiesen on unequal relationships.

Since the commission Project “Link Yourself to equality” consideramos que la actividad ha sido un éxito. Forum theater has pleasantly surprised us by force that has been shown by allowing the audience to interact with the character representing the actor.

We thank the House for Women and the Association Psiare the work and have allowed our center to enjoy this interesting and effective session of Forum Theater.

CPIFP LINKS JOINS CAMPAIGN: "DIFFERENT IES, IES OPEN LGTBFOBIA "

Magenta LGBT (Lesbian, application, Transsexuals and Bisexuals) of Aragon and Mediators Students in gender violence organized by the Federation of Students of Aragon presented, in the lobby of our center, an exhibition with the aim that the reality of LGBT students is completed with the educational curriculum and introduce benchmarks in different areas that help you to freely live their sexuality.

Among the selected we propose to mathematical as Alan Turing, a philosophers as Michel Foucault, a poets Federico García Lorca and Gloria Fuertes, a musicians Freddie Mercury. All of them, questioned and judged by their sexual condition, a activists who have defended the rights of women, as Judith Butler, or homosexuals as Harvey Milk, of the African LGBT Joel Nana.

From our center and next to these groups want the personal and professional development of our students, whatever their choices in their sexual life and that no one is discriminated against it. If we educate in equal from the centers they will not be needed political activists willing to die for the defense of these rights.

CPIFP LINKS THE REGIONAL FINALIST IN THE THIRTEENTH EDITION ACTION PRIZE LECTURE 2017 With the "Link Yourself to EQUALITY"

The project "Link Yourself to equality"Which aims to work consciously equality
gender within the educational community CPIFP has been a finalist Links
autonomous in category B (Secondary) in the Teacher Action Award 2017. They also have
reached this stage in the same category IES Pablo Serrano Andorra (Teruel) with
project "Rolling green" whose objective is the defense of the environment enhancing the
cycling and knowledge of the natural and cultural heritage proposing different
routes in our community and the IES Parque Goya with "A valuable object of my grandmother" to
bring students to the figure of their elders and learn from them.
On the prize masterstroke participating teachers carry out projects with social values,
and it is convened by the FAD, BBVA and the Spanish National Commission for Cooperation with the
UNESCO and with the collaboration of the Department of Education, Culture and Sport
Government of Aragón.
From the management team welcomes the whole school for participation in the project, to
and students, non-teaching staff, teachers, and especially to all those who have made
possible it would play out in such a manner satisfactory.

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CEIP Hispanidad and CPIFP projects linked Links Equality

CEIP Hispanidad with his project "You're not worth more than me. Music and Gender "and links to CPIFP “Link Yourself to equality” They have worked together this year with the aim of knowing, understand and respect differences between people and equal rights and opportunities
men and women. In the case of Primary Center, He has worked around music and have developed processes for discussion and reflection that will translate into different media to be disseminated through social networks, trying to the greatest extent possible. Moreover, the CPIFP Links contributed center Primary expertise in the various activities undertaken within the project “Link Yourself to equality”. Moreover, two pupils of upper Lighting, Image Capture, Lighting and Processing, Rebeca Manuel y Lucia Ariza, They have developed their project in order to cycle around the initiative of CEIP Hispanidad and have been responsible for planning and performing the recording and editing of several videos showing all the activities that have taken place at the school within the project “You're not worth more than me. Music and gender”.

Attempts have been a very fruitful and interesting for the educational community of both public institutions and insurance cooperation will continue in other school courses.

Carlos Martínez (project coordinator) and Clara Yáñez working activity: Artists and Athletes

Carlos Martínez, CEIP coordinator Clara Yáñez Project Hispanidad and working the
Activity: Artists and Athletes

Coco Channel letter to the Educational Community

Estimated person present:

I am COCO CHANEL address you permit me to tell you my experience in the past and provide some suggestions to walk the walk. I did not like my life, so I created a new, I made me assuming that everything I did not like would have an opponent who would love. During my childhood I only longed to be loved. Every day I am thinking about how to take my life, although deep down she was dead; Only pride saved me how many worries disappeared when I decided to be somebody instead of something! Do not waste time hitting against a wall, hoping to transform it into door. The most courageous act is to think for the same, aloud. You want to achieve success. Allow me two assessments: Only triumphs with what you learn Keep your head, high heels and principles. You're asking me about the time that beauty appears in you. Beauty begins at the moment you decide to be yourself. It must begin in the heart and soul, otherwise cosmetics are useless. The face you have at twenty is what gives you the nature, It depends on you the face you have at fifty. Elegance is not a privilege of those who have passed adolescence, but those who have taken possession of their future, and only occurs when the inside is as beautiful as the outside. The important thing is not the appearance but the essence, it is not money but education, It is not clothes but the class. Finally tell you only live once, Make it fun

Paris 12 May 1967

Coco Channel

Inaugurated the exhibition on Coco Chanel in the project “Link Yourself to equality”

We link WITH COCONUT CHANEL

Why do we choose to visualize thinking and entrepreneurial vision of Coco Chanel?

Coco believe that defends a conception of the free woman. Design a style and a wardrobe that allows her to be herself. It invites us to self-esteem and constant work to achieve our goals. she says ” Only triumphs with what you learn”.

It's an example to follow, for students of our three professional families, for his enormous creative capacity and working.

Innovative essentially, is a benchmark for the world of marketing and entrepreneurship:

Coco build a brand image that has managed to survive over time. Interestingly the study of its signature logo inspired by the windows of the abbey orphanage where he spent his childhood, as well as the wheels of cars transiting through their city. Another symbol of refinement and sophistication that identifies the Chanel camellia is the white house. Coco decided to incorporate it into their creations, to attend representation ” The Lady of the Camellias”. Today you can not miss in the packaging to identify your brand.

André Malraux Diria: “Of this century, in France three names will be remembered: De Gaulle, Picasso and Coco Chanel”

Public Schools of San Juan de la Peña in Jaca and Castle Qadrit in Cadrete (Zaragoza), winners of the poster contest "Link Yourself to equality" at CPIFP Links

Primary school, winners in poster competition on Equality organized by CPIFP Los Enlaces, have been at our school for the ceremony awards. The event was included in the activities of Innovation Project "Link Yourself to equality" and the objective was to help Aragonese education institutions join together with a common goal: ending gender stereotypes.

The awards were presented by the Headteacher at CPIFP Los Enlaces, Antonio Carrión, and the project coordinator, Carmen Sanchez. The event was attended by, in addition to the authors of the winning posters, representatives of teachers and school parents. During the morning, these young students, have been involved, forming part of the audience, recording the Cole Television show in which schoolchildren of their same age of the Public School Santiago Apostle Grañén (Huesca) took part.

FIRST PRIZE:

CEIP San Juan de la Peña de Jaca (Huesca)

authors:

Luis Jimenez Revilla

Pablo Rodrigo Oliván

Alejandro Ruiz

Airan Salmerón

FIRST ACCÉSIT:

CEIP Castillo Qadrit Cadrete (Zaragoza)

author:

Isabel Morales Marín

SECOND ACCÉSIT:

CEIP Castillo Qadrit Cadrete (Zaragoza)

authors:

Lucia Marco Moreno

Nadia Lazar Moreno

Excellent reception of the workshops on equality taught in our technical center for new graduates IES Avempace

Equality workshops that, within the project “Link Yourself to equality” They have been provided to students in first Intermediate of all our cycles, They have completed an excellent reception and involvement by students.

The workshops are taught by Tamara Godea, Alejandra Velasco and Irene Tolosana, newly titled in the Superior Cycle Promotion of Gender Equality IES Avempace. Groups that have participated in the activity are: Commercial activities (day and evening), Video Disc jockey and Sound Microcomputer System and Networks (daytime and evening).

The workshops have been highly valued by the groups that have received training, creating in them an atmosphere of reflection and collaborative learning interesting. Also, the speakers have shown great enthusiasm and a remarkable ability to engage students and encourage their participation.

The exhibition dedicated to Pilar Miró travels to Barbastro

The exhibition prepared the CPIFP Links around the figure of the director and producer, Pilar Miró, within the project “Link Yourself to equality” IES Martínez Vargas traveling Barbastro. Pilar Miró began the cycle “Women in the professional field”with the aim of making visible the contribution of different women in science, cultural or social.

To identify the family of Image and Sound chose the director and producer, Pilar Miró, who had to make their way to work in film and television, reserved occupation at that time, above all, men. She proved her qualities making a tremendous effort to be finally recognized unanimously by the audiovisual world. From the CPIFP the links already begun to work around another female figure that helped women to break with many strings attached. And in many ways, It meant a before and after.

The exhibition already packed, towards Barbastro

The exhibition already packed, towards Barbastro

Pilar Miró, protagonist of the cycle “Women in the professional field”

The International Women's Day in the CPIFP Links

The CPIFP Links commemorated this year in a different way the 8 of March, International Women's Day. Along with the manifestos for Equality, written by members of the educational community, posters exposed contest “Link Yourself to equality” that they have been made by students from 6th grade of schools CEIP San Juan de la Peña de Jaca, CEIP Castillo Qadrit Cadrete, CEIP San Braulio of Zaragoza, CEIP Santiago Apostle Grañén and Sansueña College of Zaragoza.

A 8 March 1857, a group of textile workers decided to take to the streets of New York to protest the poor conditions in which they worked. Different movements occurred from that date. The 5 March 1908, New York was the scene of another strike. A group of women demanded equal pay, reducing the workday to 10 hours and a time to breastfeed their children.

The 25 March 1911, nail 146 people, most women died in the fire at the shirt factory Triangle Shirtwaist from New York. Most victims were young women immigrants from Eastern Europe and Italy. The oldest victim was 48 years and younger 14 years.

In 1910, in the Second International Socialist Women's Conference meeting in Copenhagen, the demand for universal suffrage for all women was reiterated and proclaimed the 8 March as International Women's Day. In 1977 the United Nations (UN) became the day of 8 of March as International Day for Women's Rights and International Peace.

Currently, It is celebrated as the International Women's Day.