The Institut Cervantes letterbox has been enriched

On the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of the Association, the President of CRUE, Eva Alkon, left in box No. 1524 a folder containing the declaration of its commitment to the knowledge society, the founding contract and its first statute, and the “Agenda 2030” strategy. ‘.

The director of the Cervantes Institute, the poet Luis García Montero, highlighted in his speech at the event that in the “Caja de Las Letras” dialogues of Pablo Neruda with Miguel de Unamuno, Pedro Salinas with Federico García Lorca and several leading universities (…), the true commitment For the future is to know how to get the best inheritance from the past.

García Montero stressed that the true wealth of a country is its education and culture, and referred to Miguel de Unamuno’s advice to the community in the midst of the Spanish Restoration:

“If you want to commit to Spain, make your sons and daughters good doctors, good teachers, good lawyers, good scientists, because the field of work that has become a profession is the best space for commitment.”

Caja de las Letras is a historic vault formerly used by the Spanish Bank of the Río de la Plata and the Central Bank. It currently has more than 1,800 safe deposit boxes in its vaults.

Eva Alkon, President of CRUE, praised the role played by the Congress over the years, especially in the country’s social and economic transformation, as “international references in all our tasks.”

Universities want to move towards a knowledge society in the coming decades, “and that is precisely why we have prepared the Declaration, to renew our commitment to defending equality of opportunity, and to promoting lasting access to university in which the only limit is talent and never social and economic.” conditions’.

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