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Prince of Girona Foundation Awards

Fundació Princesa de Girona
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Each year, the Prince of Girona Foundation (FPdGi) issues the Prince of Girona Foundation Awards with a view to promoting and encouraging initiative and effort, scientific research and artistic creativity, solidarity and the development of the talent of young entrepreneurs and innovators with a concern for building a fairer world in a global environment, the capacity to assume risks and the motivation necessary to bring about changes in society. A total of five prizes are awarded: four individual awards for young people (from 16 to 35) who are enterprising and undertaking a project, a business or an interest, particularly if it entails difficulty or risk, and who in doing so are able to creatively being about and positive changes in society and for an institution that works on behalf of young people, particularly in promoting entrepreneurship, employability and employment integration, education and success at school, commitment and talent. The 2014 Prince of Girona Foundation Awards 2014 will be presented at the IMPULSA Forum on 26 June.

Addressed to: Young people from 16 to 35 years old of Spanish nationality or living in Spain.

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