A project developed at a high school in Cártama (Málaga) is one of the 36 initiatives selected by Google at a world level. It’s #Merezcounacalle (or #Ideserveastreet), a project developed by the students of the Cartima High School and led by teacher Rosa Liarte, who has participated in training sessions organised by Google in Stockholm. They aim to bring equality to street name signs.
How do we define the media? And journalism? Who controls them? The social and educational project ‘Equality in Media’ responds to these questions and more. In these media literacy workshops for those over the age of 55, they aim to develop a critical view of the information we receive on a daily basis.
A group of entrepreneurs from Cordoba are the creators of Tate’s Adventures, an app that is unique in the market and that is aimed at children with language and speech disorders. It is a tool that provides support to parents and education professionals and that allows children to improve their linguistic and communication skills in a fun way. ‘Tate’s Adventures’ is part of the Minerva Programme of technological entrepreneurship boosted by Vodafone and the Andalusian Government.