Madrid, Spain – On March 13th, the Clara del Rey Cultural Center in Madrid will host the 14th edition of MADRID WOMAN’S WEEK under the theme “Changing the Present, Building the Future.” The summit will bring together female leaders from various fields of society to shed light on issues such as sustainable economy, women’s stereotypes in cinema, the power of media, and the importance of applying a gender perspective in healthcare.
Located in the heart of Madrid and housed in a building designed by José López Salaberry, which once served as the first Mahou Beer factory and now hosts the ABC Museum and, since January 2023, the Clara del Rey Cultural Center, attendees will have the opportunity to hear the inspiring stories of these women.
This year, among others, Carolina Pecharromán, a journalist at TVE and editor of Gender Equality in SSII, and director of ‘Objetivo Igualdad,’ will be participating. She will discuss her latest book, ‘Las primeras periodistas’ (The First Journalists). The book aims to reclaim the stories of women who began writing for newspapers against all odds—journalists who were overlooked until recently.
The event promises to be a celebration of female leadership, providing a platform for meaningful discussions and insights that contribute to the ongoing dialogue on gender equality.
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