- 10/11/2016 · FPdGi Awards FPdGi launches an International Award for EU organizations working for young people The Princess of Girona Foundation (FPdGi) has launched today its first International FPdGI Award, aimed at recognizing nonprofit organizations in the European Union working for young people aged between 16 and 25 in the field of professional development and educational innovation. The award, with a prize of 10,000 euros and a reproduction of a sculpture by the Spanish artist Juan Muñoz, replaces the Entity Award which until last year recognized solely Spanish organizations.
- FPdGi Awards 2016 FPdGi Awards Ceremony The FPdGi promotes and fosters initiative and effort in the areas of scientific research, artistic creativity, solidarity and the development of talent in entrepreneurial and innovative young people.
- 05/05/2016 · FPdGi Awards Luz Rello Sánchez, 2016 Princess of Girona Foundation Social Award She was chosen for her inspiring fight against dyslexia using cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology
- 26/04/2016 · FPdGi Awards Tomillo Foundation, winning organisation of the 2016 Princess of Girona Foundation Award In a ceremony presided over by Her Majesty the Queen, the jury recognised the Foundation’s long experience in labour insertion in emerging sectors
- FPdGi Awards The awards seek to recognise the career of young people between 16 and 35 years old and an organisation from the EU that has shown outstanding entrepreneurial capacity in innovative projects. +
- Educating entrepreneurial talent We promote entrepreneurial skills in teachers' day-to-day work + project website
- Entrepreneuring is possible Digital platform to help and offer information to enterpreneurs. + project website
- Mentoring Talent Professionals supporting young people who want to create their future. + project website
- Pygmalion Programme for educational integration through sport and arts. +
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