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Specialists in Agricultural and Livestock Law are convened by Yuste Foundation and the General Council of the Judiciary and gather in Jarandilla de la Vera
Specialists in Agricultural and Livestock Law are convened by Yuste Foundation and the General Council of the Judiciary and gather in Jarandilla de la Vera

The members of the General Council of the Judiciary, Pilar Sepúlveda García de la Torre and Juan Martínez Moya, respectively, the president of the Superior Court of Justice of Extremadura, María Félix Tena Aragón, and the secretary of Equality and Conciliation of the Regional Government of Extremadura, María del Ara Sánchez Vera, opened the 2nd Ibero-American and European Agricultural and Livestock Law Course” today, which was organised by the European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation and the General Council of the Judiciary under the agreement signed between both institutions.

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Felipe VI will deliver the Carlos V European Award to the European Disability Forum

Felipe VI will deliver the Carlos V European Award to the European Disability Forum

His Majesty King Felipe VI, Honorary President of Yuste Foundation, will preside over the ceremony of the 15th Carlos V European Award, which is awarded by the European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation on Wednesday, 11 May, at the Monastery of Yuste, at 12h. In this edition, the award has been granted to the European Disability Forum and its president, the Greek Yannis Vardakastanis, will be in charge of collecting it.

YUSTE FOUNDATION AND THE ELCANO ROYAL INSTITUTE SIGN A COLLABORATION AGREEMENT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES

YUSTE FOUNDATION AND THE ELCANO ROYAL INSTITUTE SIGN A COLLABORATION AGREEMENT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES

The European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation and the Elcano Royal Institute have signed a general protocol of action that aims to articulate the framework of collaboration between the two institutions for the realisation of teaching, research, and cooperation activities, and those of any other area of mutual interest, which will be regularised with the signing of subsequent specific agreements.

Yuste Foundation offers 260 grants for the 2022 Campus Yuste international summer-autumn courses

Yuste Foundation offers 260 grants for the 2022 Campus Yuste international summer-autumn courses

The European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation opens the application period to qualify for 260 grants that will finance the tuition, accommodation and maintenance expenses incurred by the courses included in the Campus Yuste training programme. The courses are held within the framework of the 23rd edition of the University of Extremadura’s international summer-autumn courses. The training sessions will be held between June and September at the Monastery of Yuste (Cáceres), in Guadalupe and online.

The EU-LAC Foundation and the Yuste Foundation organise the course “The challenge of working together: EU-LAC relations in the face of major global challenges”

The EU-LAC Foundation and the Yuste Foundation organise the course “The challenge of working together: EU-LAC relations in the face of major global challenges”

The Yuste Foundation and the EU-LAC Foundation have signed a specific collaboration agreement for the co-organisation of the course “The challenge of working together: EU-LAC relations in the face of major global challenges”, which will take place from 20 to 22 July at the Yuste Monastery. The signing of the agreement, signed by the Director of the EU-LAC Foundation, Adrián Bonilla, and the Director of the Yuste Foundation, Juan Carlos Moreno, was done telematically.

The European Disability Forum, Carlos V European Award

The European Disability Forum, Carlos V European Award

The European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation along with the European Routes of Emperor Charles V, the University of Extremadura and the Plan de Fomento de la Lectura de Extremadura have published the guides Carlos V y La Vera. Proyecto didáctico para aprender descubriendo and Wandering in La Vera: Meditations of An Emperor. Both will be presented next Friday, 8 April at 12:30 pm at Yuste Foundation’s headquarters, which are located in the Royal Monastery of Yuste. The presentation will count with the participation of the mayor of Cuacos de Yuste and treasurer of the Network of the Routes of Emperor Charles V, José María Hernández García; the director-manager of the Network of the Routes of Emperor Charlez V, Quintín Correas Domingo, and two of the authors of the guides and professors of the University of Extremadura, Ramón Pérez Parejo, Ignacio Chato and with the illustrator, Celia Conejero. 

The objective of these editions is to spread the cultural and natural heritage of the region of La Vera among the youth.  They focus especially on the historical experience that the presence of Emperor Charles V entailed during the last years of his life in Jarandilla and Yuste.

THE MONASTERY OF YUSTE, SPAIN’S NEW CANDIDACY FOR THE EUROPEAN HERITAGE LABEL

THE MONASTERY OF YUSTE, SPAIN’S NEW CANDIDACY FOR THE EUROPEAN HERITAGE LABEL

The European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation along with the European Routes of Emperor Charles V, the University of Extremadura and the Plan de Fomento de la Lectura de Extremadura have published the guides Carlos V y La Vera. Proyecto didáctico para aprender descubriendo and Wandering in La Vera: Meditations of An Emperor. Both will be presented next Friday, 8 April at 12:30 pm at Yuste Foundation’s headquarters, which are located in the Royal Monastery of Yuste. The presentation will count with the participation of the mayor of Cuacos de Yuste and treasurer of the Network of the Routes of Emperor Charles V, José María Hernández García; the director-manager of the Network of the Routes of Emperor Charlez V, Quintín Correas Domingo, and two of the authors of the guides and professors of the University of Extremadura, Ramón Pérez Parejo, Ignacio Chato and with the illustrator, Celia Conejero. 

The objective of these editions is to spread the cultural and natural heritage of the region of La Vera among the youth.  They focus especially on the historical experience that the presence of Emperor Charles V entailed during the last years of his life in Jarandilla and Yuste.

Yuste Foundation and the Routes of Charles V Present Three Didactic Guides

Yuste Foundation and the Routes of Charles V Present Three Didactic Guides

The European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation along with the European Routes of Emperor Charles V, the University of Extremadura and the Plan de Fomento de la Lectura de Extremadura have published the guides Carlos V y La Vera. Proyecto didáctico para aprender descubriendo and Wandering in La Vera: Meditations of An Emperor. Both will be presented next Friday, 8 April at 12:30 pm at Yuste Foundation’s headquarters, which are located in the Royal Monastery of Yuste. The presentation will count with the participation of the mayor of Cuacos de Yuste and treasurer of the Network of the Routes of Emperor Charles V, José María Hernández García; the director-manager of the Network of the Routes of Emperor Charlez V, Quintín Correas Domingo, and two of the authors of the guides and professors of the University of Extremadura, Ramón Pérez Parejo, Ignacio Chato and with the illustrator, Celia Conejero. 

The objective of these editions is to spread the cultural and natural heritage of the region of La Vera among the youth.  They focus especially on the historical experience that the presence of Emperor Charles V entailed during the last years of his life in Jarandilla and Yuste.

Yuste Foundation Proposes the Creation of the “School of Guadalupe” in Order to Promote Knowledge of History and Law as Instruments of Coexistence

Yuste Foundation Proposes the Creation of the “School of Guadalupe” in Order to Promote Knowledge of History and Law as Instruments of Coexistence

The member of the General Council of the Judiciary, Juan Martínez Moya; the director of the European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation, Juan Carlos Moreno; the dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Seville, Alfonso Castro Sáenz; the professor of the University of Extremadura and co-director of the sessions, Sixto Sánchez-Lauro; the mayor Guadalupe, Felipe Sánchez Barba, and the Guardian and Custodian of the Royal Monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe, Friar Guillermo Cerrato, have inaugurated the 1st Guadalupe in America Sessions “The Jurist from Guadalupe, Lorenzo Lebrón de Quiñones and His Time: The Forging of New Spain in the 16th Century”, which will take place until tomorrow at the Mudéjar hall of the Royal Monastery of Guadalupe.