On Friday 11 January 2019, the exhibition “Road to Cyprus – The Challenge of Space” will be inaugurated in the well-known exhibition hall of the Ámbito Cultural area of el Corte Inglés in Alicante, which can be visited until January 24, 2020 during the opening hours of this center, with free entrance.

This exhibition includes the works of the students who won the Peace and Cooperation School Award 2017/2018 in collaboration with UNOOSA (United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs): “Galaxy of Peace: The Space, Common Heritage of Humanity” which has motivated a great creativity in students from many countries such as Bosnia-Herzegovina, China, Cyprus, Spain, Latvia and Mexico.

Previously, these works were exhibited at the Ámbito cultural de el Corte Inglés in Zaragoza from 3 to 31 December 2018. Simultaneously, a selection of works from the same edition of the school prize was exhibited at the Algerian embassy in Madrid from 11 to 21 December 2018.
The jury was presided over by Mrs. Carmen de Alvear, accompanied by an international jury made up of ambassadors, diplomatic officials and Spanish cultural authorities. In this edition, the exhibition of works took place at the Centro Riojano in Madrid on October 24, 2018, United Nations Day.

The prize-giving ceremony took place in the city of Pafos (Cyprus) on December 5, 2018. The winners from Bosnia-Herzegovina, China, Cyprus and Latvia were present.

On January 30, 2019, “School Day for Nonviolence and Peace”, prizes and diplomas will be presented to those who were unable to collect them in Cyprus, at the Caude school in Majadahonda (Madrid). At a ceremony dedicated to the culture of peace in the presence of the ambassador of India, his excellency Mr. Sanjay Verma, whose predecessor, his excellency Mr. Venkatesh Varma, presided over the ceremony the previous year. And the Ghanaian ambassador, Her Excellency Mrs. Elizabeth Adjei, who will open an African exhibition in Benin.

Fuente: La Razón (Ver artículo original)