NewsImportant debate: Queen Letizia campaigns for women's rights

Important debate: Queen Letizia campaigns for women's rights

The struggle for equality is one of Queen Letizia’s main concerns. She has been campaigning for the protection of women for years.

Madrid – As Queen of Spain, Letizia (48) not only receives national and international guests or opens events, social engagement is also an important part of her work. Letizia supports projects that are close to her heart. It draws attention to problems and brings grievances into focus.

Queen Letizia has long fought for women’s rights and was even honored in her home country for her work against discrimination. In the Casa de América, Letizia led a debate on violence against women * and its prevention. The occasion for the meeting in the Madrid cultural center was the 10th anniversary of the Istanbul Convention. Behind this is the Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence, which was signed in Istanbul on May 11, 2011.

During her opening speech, Letizia emphasized the importance of the treaty as “a lasting value of joint efforts to protect women and girls from gender-based violence.” The wife of King Felipe VI spoke on site. (53) among others with the Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha González Laya (51) and her colleague Irene Montero (33), Minister for Equality, other participants in the discussion were connected virtually. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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