Our partner @dialegsdona works with passion and dedication to ensure immigrant women residing in Raval, Barcelona’s most densely populated and ethnically diverse district, are fully aware of their rights and fully integrated in the neighbourhood’s social, cultural and economic scene.
Through the promotion of language classes, cultural outings, workshops and daily activities.
As a Foundation we believed in this project from the very beginning: “Elsa was a woman of great courage and sensitivity who, in the most difficult moments when we were still a very early project, trusted us and made our continuity possible.” recalls Fátima Ahmed, President of the association who was recently awarded the Creu de Sant Jordi one of the highest civil distinctions awarded in Catalonia.
Learn more on the project at our #LinkinBio
Tonight “El Papa” will debut at @teatreakademia in Barcelona.
The show is directed by the theatre’s artistic director, Guido Torlonia, and inspired by author and Academy Award winner, #AnthonyMcCarten’s book“The two Popes.”
Actors Lluís Soler and Xavier Boada, will interpret respectively Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI, two great contemporary figures, known to all, this time from an intimate context.
Tickets and info at our #LinkinBio
Elsa became the first non-Catalan person to be awarded the National Culture Award by the Council for Culture and the Arts of Catalunya, CoNCA.
Through the @nandoandelsaperettifoundations, active since 2000, Elsa has made a remarkable work; “Always combining past and present, tradition and innovation, and promoting the visual arts, as well as the consolidation, protection and dissemination of the historical, artistic, cultural, artisan and architectural heritage of Catalunya.” stated #CoNCA
Sharing with you the moment Elsa received the prestigious award back in October, 2013.
Video credits: ConCa – Catalunya Radio
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