AWARDS  of the IV Edition

OTERO GEM:

Breaking glass ceilings .

Once all the scores had been reviewed, the AWARDED MICRORELATES have been the following:  

 

  1. FIRST PRIZE. TO SALV O. OUR LADY OF VICTORY. MARISTS. Patricia Liébana Gálvez.  

  2. SECOND PRIZE. DO NOT SHUT UP, YOU WERE BORN SCREAMING . ÍES BAHÍA, MARBELLA. Alba Sánchez Gordo.  

  3. THIRD AWARD. TOGETHER WE CAN DREAM . ÍES N 1 FUENGIROLA. Yasmina Bakhat.  

SPECIAL MENTIONS

There has been a tie between these three Micro-stories  

 

  • THEY . N 1. FUENGIROLA. Magnet The Maazi. 

  • AS MUD THAT LETS MODEL . IES EDUARDO JANEIRO. Cristian García Millán. 

  • THE NEIGHBOR . IES MARTIN RIVERO, RONDA. Ana Pascual Jiménez. 

The literary contest is organized by the Gender Equality Project through the Image of IES Eduardo Janeiro de Fuengirola. This educational project is created and coordinated by the teacher  Mercedes Sánchez Vico, expert on equality and gender. 

The Assembly Hall of the Multiple Services Building in Malaga has hosted the awards ceremony of the IV Edition of the Literary Contest against Gender Violence "Gema Otero, breaking glass ceilings", organized by the Gender Equality Project through de la Imagen, which is coordinated by the IES professor Eduardo Janeiro from Fuengirola Mercedes Sánchez Vico, with the collaboration of the Malaga Education Delegation.

The contest, whose theme is the prevention and fight against gender violence, has been aimed at students of ESO, Baccalaureate and Training Cycles of public and concerted centers in the province of Malaga.

The event was chaired by the territorial delegate for Education, Patricia Alba, and was attended by the expert on Gender and Equal Opportunities between Women and Men Gema Otero, who gives the contest its name.

Gema Otero is the author of the Coeducational School Agenda for Infant and Primary Teachers 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 for the Andalusian Institute for Women and creator of the coeducational stories "SuperLola" and "Lalo, the pink prince".

On this occasion, the first prize in the contest has been for the short story “A salvo”, by Patricia Liébana, a student at the Nuestra Señora de la Victoria School, Hermanos Maristas, the second for “Don't shut up, you were born screaming”, by Alba Sánchez , a student at IES Bahía de Marbella, while the third was for “We can dream”, by Yasmina Bakhat, a student at IES Nº 1 in Fuengirola.

They have also obtained special mentions "Ellas", by Iman El Maazi, also a student at IES No. 1 in Fuengirola, "Like clay that lets itself be modeled", by Cristian García, a student at IES Eduardo Janeiro de Fuengirola and "La vecina", from Ana Pascual, student at IES Martin Rivero de Ronda.

This IV Edition of  Contest has been subsidized once again by FDAPA. Becoming a co-educational project in which the entire educational community participates: Families, teachers and  student body.  Its president, Ms. Yolanda Atencia, intervened.

It was surely the most emotional act of all those held so far. It has been a pride that a student of our institute, Cristián García, has obtained a special mention. He is a 4th ESO student of the Educational Project on Gender Equality through the Image. Taking into account that 35% of the stories have been written by male students, it is an honor that this student has won the award.  

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL AND ALL PARTICIPANTS!