Women’s Legacy, the European Erasmus + KA201 educational innovation project led by the Conselleria of Education, Culture and Sport of the Generalitat Valenciana, has had the opportunity to hold a presentation on its work and its intellectual products at the headquarters of the Instituto Cervantes in Brussels thanks to the invitation of the Spanish Embassy in Belgium.
The event, which took place on Wednesday May 3rd, brought together heads of education and culture from both the Spanish Government and academia. Ana López-Navajas, the coordinator of Women’s Legacy, was in charge of offering a talk explaining the results achieved since the beginning of the project.
All in all, Women’s Legacy continues in the line of international relationships that began on February 2022, when the Spanish Embassy in Amman also encouraged the project to be presented in Jordan, and the result was that a very important collaboration was added : the Royal Institute for Interreligious Studies ( RIIFS).
Specifically, this agreement involved expanding the intellectual products of Women’s Legacy, so that the catalogs of figures and works of female authorship could be used in the Arab world, facilitating their dissemination both in universities and in educational centers of all levels.