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Queen Letizia watches the documentary “The Science of African Women”

Queen Letizia watches the documentary “The Science of African Women”

Queen Letizia attended the premiere of the documentary “Science of African Women,” based on the experience of African scientists who followed the “Science of Women” program.

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Queen Letizia discovers the documentary about the experience of African scientists who follow the “Science through Women” programme.

Queen Letizia of Spain brought out one of her signed El Corte Inglès business suits on Thursday, May 23 to attend the premiere of the documentary “La Ciencia de las Mujeres de África” (“The Science of the African Woman”). The film was screened at the Press Palace in Madrid, in the presence of the documentary's directors, Pedro Jiménez and Begonia Peña.

Queen Letizia surrounded by the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Immigration, Elma Saez, and the President of the Women for Africa Foundation, María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, on May 23, 2024 (Photo: Archie Andrews/ABACAPRESS.COM)

The documentary narrates the experience of African scientists who followed the program.” Knowledge among women »which promotes the leadership of African women in scientific research and technology transfer and strengthens the capacity of research centers in Spain.

For the viewer, this film is a journey through the first eight years of the “Science by Women” project, through which African scientists spend their time in the best research centers in Spain. Through direct testimonies from prominent scholars from various countries of the African continent, the unique and difficult experiences that these women face in their field of work are revealed, as he explains. Royal House.

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Queen Letizia was accompanied by the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Immigration, Elma Saez, and the President of the Women for Africa Foundation, María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, to attend this presentation. Queen Letizia once again wore her famous white Vivabarefoot sneakers. The Queen suffers from a broken toe, and has been wearing comfortable shoes for several weeks, instead of high-heeled shoes.

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Nicolas Fontaine

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