The Fundación Tres Culturas presents diplomas to the Moroccan workers who have taken part in the Spanish classes within the IntegrARTE programme in Huelva
The aforementioned were in charge of delivering the diplomas to around 40 women, who received them in representation of the 325 seasonal workers who took part in this initiative during the current agricultural campaign.
More than 150 Moroccan seasonal workers who are working in Huelva in the strawberry and red fruits sector celebrate Ramadan at the Fundación Tres Culturas
This event is part of the IntegrARTE programme, initiative which the Spanish, Andalusian and, especially, Moroccan authorities have been implicated in with an important presence of the Deputy Ministry for Moroccan Expats and the Ministry for Work and Professional Insertion of the Kingdom of Morocco.
José Manuel Cervera, director of the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation), and Farid Omar, curator of the Spanish Pavilion at SIEL.
The Foundation joins others in expressing its condolences regarding the death of novelist and playwright Antonio Lozano, who dedicated his work to learning about others, overcoming barriers and cultural encounters.
Two businesswomen have been selected from all of those who usually take part in the project’s activities to display their products.
Every year, UNESCO pays tribute to the victims of the Holocaust on the 27th of January to marks the liberation
a web-series of micro-documentaries meant to publicise and raise awareness about the Arabic origin of many Andalusian Spanish words.
As part of the CARPET (Craft Art and People Together) programme, the Three Cultures Foundation has organised the Red CARPET