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  • We are celebrating 10 years. Save the date (4 and 5 November)
    FPdGi Awards 03/07/2019

    We are celebrating 10 years. Save the date (4 and 5 November)

    Workshops, presentations, round tables, networking and unique experiences, preceded by the 2019 FPdGi Awards Ceremony. Don't miss out!

  • New call for entries for  2020 Princess of Girona Foundation Awards
    FPdGi Awards 03/07/2019

    New call for entries for 2020 Princess of Girona Foundation Awards

    After revealing the names of all 2019’s winners, the FPdGi has today opened the call for entries for 2020 with the aim of recognising and promoting, once again, the work of young entrepreneurs and innovators who are seeking to build a more just world in a globalised environment and who are willing to take risks and have the necessary motivation to bring about changes in society.

  • The cofounder of Humanity Crew, Maria Jammal, wins the Princess of Girona Foundation International Award
    FPdGi Awards 07/06/2019

    The cofounder of Humanity Crew, Maria Jammal, wins the Princess of Girona Foundation International Award

    Lawyer and psychologist, 32-year-old Jammal was chosen for her excellent work at the helm of an organisation that both highlights and creates solutions for the mental health problems suffered by refugees.

  • Meet the 2019 Princess of Girona Foundation Award winners
    FPdGi Awards 03/04/2019

    Meet the 2019 Princess of Girona Foundation Award winners

    Neurologist and entrepreneur Ignacio Hernández Medrano (Business), theatre director Rafael Rodríguez Villalobos (Arts and Literature), social worker Begoña Arana Álvarez (Social) and mathematician Xavier Ros-Oton (Scientific Research) have been recognised with the 2019 FPdGi Awards. The winner of the new International category will be announced in June

  • Young mathematician Xavier Ros-Oton, 2019 FPdGi Scientific Research Award
    FPdGi Awards 27/03/2019

    Young mathematician Xavier Ros-Oton, 2019 FPdGi Scientific Research Award

    The awards jury, who met today at the Center for Research in Molecular Medicine and Chronic Diseases (CiMUS) in Santiago de Compostela, chose the winner for being one of the most brilliant mathematicians with the greatest global impact

  • Begoña Arana, 2019 FPdGi Social
    FPdGi Awards 06/03/2019

    Begoña Arana, 2019 FPdGi Social

    The jury praised the award winner for “her social commitment from a very early age, which she complemented with a process of training that has provided her with tools to improve the situation that surrounds her.”

  • Theatre director Rafael Rodríguez Villalobos, 2019 FPdGi Arts and Literature Award
    FPdGi Awards 20/02/2019

    Theatre director Rafael Rodríguez Villalobos, 2019 FPdGi Arts and Literature Award

    The jury, who met on 20 February at the Seville Aquarium, chose the winner for “his ability to create deeply appealing visual universes and for his vision of opera as a tool for social construction”.

  • Ignacio Hernández Medrano, 2019 Princess of Girona Foundation Business Award
    FPdGi Awards

    Ignacio Hernández Medrano, 2019 Princess of Girona Foundation Business Award

    The winner was chosen for “democratising access to medical-scientific information on millions of patients by using artificial intelligence”. HM the King of Spain presided over the winner announcement ceremony on 6 February at the Canary Islands Conference Centre Auditorium and attended the activities with more than 200 young people that the FPdGi organised on the island. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria was the first stop on the winner announcement tour for the FPdGi Awards, which this year are celebr

  • We all have different talents
    FPdGi Awards 30/06/2018

    We all have different talents

    Workshops, talks, dialogues, meetings and talent were the ingredients of an event filled with experiences and networking between social role models and 400 enthusiastic young people

  • “I wish we’d had an opportunity like this when we were young”
    FPdGi Awards 29/06/2018

    “I wish we’d had an opportunity like this when we were young”

    Eleven experts reveal the keys to young people finding work in the coffee conversations that closed the ‘Talent Rescuers’ annual meeting

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