CEIMM-URACCAN awards winners of arts competition against violence and discrimination
Award to winners of the arts competition against violence and discrimination
Award to winners of the arts competition against violence and discrimination

In order to participate in the student in the prevention of violence and discrimination in the university community and radiate it in their homes, URACCAN, from its Center for Multi-ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM-URACCAN), held the award of awards of the Student Arts contest against violence and discrimination.

In this sense the PhD. Eugenio López Mairena, vice-chancellor of URACCAN recinto Las Minas, said that "it is from URACCAN's commitment to addressing issues of prevention of violence and discrimination, that our university carries out these activities," he said.

The award activity was carried out with the participation of a large student audience, who expressed their feelings regarding the topics in question.

The winner in the story category was Ana Gabriela Aguilar, who referred to her poetry as an "inspiration in the myths of love", assuring those present that "all that we know is not true, because a woman is complete without a partner, I am complete so I am not half of anyone", he explained, while mentioning more myths of romantic love.

Also, for Erling Filemón Solorzano, student of the third year of Agroforestry Engineering and winner in the poetry category; "We live in a society that discriminates against you even by your social class," he said, ensuring that those inequalities were the inspiration for his poem.

After the presentation of the arts, participants were able to express their opinions in the face of myths about violence and discrimination. The arts were expressed in painting, short stories, poetry and music; winners were awarded school supplies, notebooks, USB sticks, among other souvenirs

Finally, Teacher Danelia Benavides, coordinator of THECMM in the New Guinea precinct, referred to the many forms of violence that are lived in the different spaces, explaining that "this activity has been convened precisely because the day of love and friendship was celebrated, and it is a good day to reflect on how we are conducting our relations , how we are understanding ourselves and how we are understanding others," Benavides said.

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Judith Robleto