I concurso literario "Laura Luelmo"

I Laura Luelmo Literary Contest

May memory make you indignant! Your voice is NECESSARY!, slogans of the I Laura Luelmo Literary Contest against Gender Violence, clearly invite you not to be silent, not to contribute to silence this social scourge.

Objectives, Call for Entries and Award Rules

On 5 November 2020, el Departamento de Lengua Castellana y Literatura del IES Vázquez Díaz (Nerva), with the collaboration of the Plan de Igualdad and the Pacto de Estado contra la Violencia de Género, announced the “I LAURA LUELMO Literary Competition” against Gender Violence.

This competition was organised in memory of the young teacher Laura Luelmo who, a week after joining the school as a teacher, was savagely assaulted and murdered on 12-12-2018 in the village of El Campillo, where she had settled just a few days earlier because of her proximity to her workplace. The aim of the competition is to contribute to the fight against gender violence through education and social awareness

All the students of the IES Vázquez Díaz were able to participate in the competition, with works of the most varied literary genres: poetry, letters, opinion articles, personal reflections or testimonies, Twitter messages… The deadline for submitting the works was 25 November, the International Day against Gender Violence.

Jury’s decision and awards ceremony

Complete video of the awards ceremony (Onda Minera RTV)

The images come from Onda Minera RTV

Alba Domínguez Velasco, with “Countdown” and Aimar García de Baya, with “Testimony,” received the first prizes in the competition, which registered a great participation (86 works). The winning works can be found and read on the IES blog.

The 23 finalists and the family of the murdered teacher were invited to the awards ceremony. The event was presented by the Director of the IES, Rafael Prado and the Head of the Department of Language and Literature, José Santana. Among other authorities, the Regional Minister for Equality, Social Policies and Work-Life Balance, Rocío Ruiz, and the Regional Delegate for Education, Sport, Equality, Social Policies and Work-Life Balance in Huelva, Estela Villalba, were present at the ceremony.

Laura, you are living today in the emotional words that have been said in this loving and significant act. You are living as well in the memory of your classmates, your students, in your drawing room, in the classrooms of the IES of Nerva that collected your last steps, your last ideas, your last projects…. You live in the memory of all of us who raise our voices against violence. Laura, your spirit is IN and BETWEEN us

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