Marca España has signed a cooperation agreement with the General Council of the Official Pharmacists’ Colleges for the international promotion of the Spanish pharmaceutical model.
Two organisations, ECOALF and Ecoembes, have launched an innovative project to collect marine waste off the coast of the Levante region in Spain and transform it into top-quality yarn to make clothes.
The President of the Royal Academy of Gastronomy, Rafael Ansón, presented on 22 November his book titled ‘La cocina de la libertad’, which advocates the culinary revolution that spread across Spain and travelled beyond Spanish borders.
A total 307 Spanish soldiers are part of the international coalition supporting the Iraqi Army in its fight against ISIS.
They transform isolation rooms into Moon bases, hospital rooftops into gardens, pain management units into ‘colour management units’… They are Juegaterapia, a foundation that started up as a provider of video consoles for children in hospital with cancer and now does a lot more things.
Spanish society has demonstrated its strong opposition to the death penalty on several occasions. Spain is fully committed to the global fight in favour of abolishing capital punishment.
According to a study conducted by Elcano Royal Institute and Demos, Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself?, Spain stands out for its lack of anti-EU bias, its optimism and acceptance of social change.
On 6 October, the European University held the first “Madrid, an international university destination” seminar, which highlighted the prestige of the Spanish university system.
The eighth edition of BioSpain, held in Bilbao between 28 and 30 September, brought together more than 700 organisations and 1500 attendees from 28 countries interested in the latest developments in the sector.
The team working on the Vizier Amenhotep Huy project are going back to Luxor to carry out their eighth campaign with the largest group of people currently working on excavations in the area.
Ten anonymous and twelve popular Spaniards will be the protagonists of a global campaign, Made of Talent, whose presentation took place this morning in Madrid’s Teatro Real.
Free aid volunteers, who spend their time and money in development projects in Third World countries, are just one of the many faces of Spanish solidarity.
An agreement signed with the World Health Organisation (WHO) will help to boost the Global Observatory on Donation and Transplantation (GODT), based in Madrid, and to collaborate on organ donation and transplant projects, an area in which Spain is the world leader.
Spanish businessmen and entrepreneurs are trying to get their way in a sector that is expected to become a major industry in the domestic economy.
Our country’s international presence increased fourfold in the past 25 years, according to the Elcano Global Presence Index.