The headquarters of the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, under the Award ceremony "Irene: Peace begins at home" for the project "Link Yourself to equality"

Minister of Education and Vocational Training, Isabel Celaá, He has delivered the director of CPIFP Links, Maria Pilar Megino, Yet the Project Coordinator, Carmen Sanchez, Enlaces", Award "Irene: Peace begins at home" with which it is intended “recognize and encourage "educational experiences developed in non-university education centers that help promote the prevention of violence against women.

Our project “Link Yourself to Equality” It has been awarded in the form of schools of Secondary Education, high school, Vocational training, Adult Education, Art schools, Sports Education and Language School. Moreover, “Crewing equality” Public Center and Primary Education María Pita de Galicia has received the award in the category of teachers preschools, Primary and Special Education.

The headquarters of the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training was the setting for the awards that encourage prevention of violence against women from the education system were delivered. The minister thanked the work done in the classroom by teachers and students in building a better world: “Are spaces where bring peace to our society, to our homes, building with his daily effort a more just society, free and equal for men and women”.

Also they traveled to Madrid and two students show cycle Audiovisual Production, Juan Carlos Fuertes Gonzalez and Jose Julian Gracia Abenia , on behalf of all the students who participated in the various activities organized within the project proposals. With this initiative in addition to the prevention and reporting, also it aims to make visible the work of women in the various labor aspects related professional families present in the CPIFP Links.

The award ceremony of the awards coincides with the Week Against Gender Violence that closes the 25 November with the celebration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. / Pages / 2018/201118-fp.aspx