• Ousman Umar, 2021 Princess of Girona Foundation Social Award

    Ousman Umar, 2021 Princess of Girona Foundation Social Award

    The winner was chosen for “constructing a transformative project that brings education, technology and alliances together to deliver solutions to the migratory phenomenon”. The jury also praised him for his “exemplary work, resilience, spirit of self-improvement and for seizing the opportunities offered by society through great personal effort”.

  • Guillermo Martínez Gauna-Vivas,  2020 FPdGi Social Award

    Guillermo Martínez Gauna-Vivas, 2020 FPdGi Social Award

    Martínez, who designs and sends 3D-printed prostheses to economically disadvantaged people all over the world through his Ayúdame3D project, was chosen for ‘his inspiring work to make revolutionary 3D printing technology accessible to vulnerable people’.

  • Begoña Arana Álvarez, 2019 FPdGi Social Award play

    Begoña Arana Álvarez, 2019 FPdGi Social Award

    The winner was chosen 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.”

  • Arancha Martínez, 2018 FPdGi Social Award play

    Arancha Martínez, 2018 FPdGi Social Award

    The winner was chosen for the social commitment she has shown in promoting the project It Will Be, a start-up NGO that works on more collaborative and caring models for the social sector and field of cooperation.

  • Miriam Reyes Oliva, 2017 Princess of Girona Foundation Social Award play

    Miriam Reyes Oliva, 2017 Princess of Girona Foundation Social Award

    The award winner was chosen for her personal career, which has focused on solidarity and social impact by seeking equal opportunities and solutions in the complex area of autism.

  • Luz Rello Sánchez, 2016 FPdGi Social Award play

    Luz Rello Sánchez, 2016 FPdGi Social Award

    Rello has been chosen for developed a sustainable and replicable model that uses technology to tackle the social challenge of dyslexia, for the benefit of all and with a high multiplier effect

  • Héctor Colunga Cabaleiro, 2015 FPdGi Social Award play

    Héctor Colunga Cabaleiro, 2015 FPdGi Social Award

    The winner was chosen for his continuous, coherent and committed entrepreneurial work

  • Mohamed El Amrani, 2014 FPdGi Social Award play

    Mohamed El Amrani, 2014 FPdGi Social Award

    Awarded for his exemplary character, his attitude of positive communication, his inclusive nature, his community work and his capacity to find small solutions to large problems.

  • Felipe Campos Rubio, 2013 FPdGi Social Award play

    Felipe Campos Rubio, 2013 FPdGi Social Award

    Has been awarded for his long-standing personal commitment to local social issues, his leadership capacity, his exemplary attitude and his fight to gain equal opportunities for disadvantaged groups of people, in a very difficult social context

  • Edgar Vinyals, 2012 FPdGi Social Award play

    Edgar Vinyals, 2012 FPdGi Social Award

    Born in Barcelona in 1985, Edgar Vinyals Rojas is the founder of the Inclusive Leisure Association Saräu. The Jury awarded his capacity for personal improvement and for promoting a responsible project for people suffering from mental illness.

  • Pere Barri, 2011 FPdGi Social Award play

    Pere Barri, 2011 FPdGi Social Award

    FPdGi Award in the social area, for his social commitment in a pioneering medical initiative in Spain

  • Ruth Ruiz, 2010 FPdGi Social Award play

    Ruth Ruiz, 2010 FPdGi Social Award

    FPdGi Social Award, for her participation in the Ludalia Discotheque Project

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