The Mutual Madrid Foundation has celebrated the seventh edition of its contest hurts us all (National Contest in Teaching Centers and Universities for Equality and Against Gender Violence), a proposal that unites different creative proposals against gender violence . It is a contest for students from all over Spain, and this call has been submitted 1,6000 belonging to 713 colleges, institutes and universities throughout Spain.
Among the works selected from among the 868 creatives submitted by the participants of 713 schools, institutes and universities throughout Spain, a life for a lifetime has been the short winner of the higher education category (grade, graduate and FP higher grade) . He has been presented by Daniel Bejarano, from La Escola Fundació Autònoma de Barcelona, who tries to transmit the power that he entailed to make a decision a few years ago.
"The protagonist left far from that past and that city, without anyone's help and transcending the social pressure of yesteryear, to create a new home with his 4 children" has told bejarando. And he adds: "The video emerged from a joint idea with my best friend and the grandmother of him. It is a real story recorded in voice, explaining the experience of him, that we then ride on the images."
In addition to the winning works of the first prize, other projects were recognized as a second and third in each of the categories. In average teachings were: the graphic campaign # NocontrolesMobile, by Natalia Rodríguez, of the Santa Maria College La Real de Huelgas, Valladolid, with the second prize; and scars, from Laia Pont, of the Institut La Serra de Mollerussa, Lleida.
On the other hand, in higher teachings, the second and third prize fell, respectively, in a challenge, of the team formed by Javier Mateos, Ernesto Ramos and Francisco Jesus of the Church, of the School of Design Esi, Valladolid, and in The graphic campaign not all applauded, signed by Catalina Mondéjar, Julia Armengol and Victoria Mancio, by Miami Ad School, Madrid.
Finally, the short face or cross, by Paula Valeron, Julia Herrera, Nuria Grasso and Lucía Colominas, from the Gran Canaria Minilla, has been made with the award for the most popular project on social networks.
The contest has granted a total of 20,000 euros in the prizes of all categories. The Mutual Madrid Foundation has been working against the macho aggressions since 2012. On the one hand, it supports NGO initiatives to help mistreated women and their children. On the other hand, it launches awareness campaigns such as this contest, with the purpose of reaching society through communication supports.Updated Date: 24 September 2021, 08:51