The Yuste Foundation and the Carolina Foundation sign a collaboration agreement
The European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation and the Carolina Foundation have signed a framework agreement for collaboration to establish mechanisms that will allow the development of academic and cultural activities for studies related to Ibero-America.
The agreement, signed by the director of the European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation, Juan Carlos Moreno, and the director of the Carolina Foundation, José Antonio Sanahuja, seeks collaboration in scientific, academic and cultural fields of common interest and, on the other hand, aims to establish mechanisms that would make this mutual cooperation possible.
The signing took place on Thursday at the headquarters of the Carolina Foundation, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation in Madrid.
The purpose of this framework agreement, which is valid for two years and renewable annually, is to establish the fundamental principles of collaboration between both the institutions for the development of projects, programmes, and research and training activities.
This collaboration will specifically focus on activities related to Ibero-America at both school and university levels, giving priority to the training and career development of students and researchers through collective actions and by organising courses, conferences, seminars, symposiums or conferences.