Tennis player Rafa Nadal has received, virtually, his award for Ethics and Values from the XXIV edition of the CEU Ángel Herrera Awards, where it has wished that the values that it tries to transmit could be “a suitable example” for the youngest.
“May the values I try to convey be a suitable example for young people around the world“He indicated. This was announced by the entity, which recalled that the CEU Ángel Herrera Awards were created in 1997 to recognize the work of people, institutions and companies that have stood out for their contribution to the improvement of society and the promotion of the common good.
In its latest edition, the CEU Ángel Herrera Ethics and Values Award, ex aequo, has gone to the Little Sisters of the Poor and Rafa Nadal, who has highlighted the social work carried out by this congregation with which it shares its reward.
“Although all awards are welcome, they are especially so when they are not only for sporting reasons, as in this case since for me the most important thing is to be a good person,” said the athlete, who has encouraged students to pursue their dreams from “humility and healthy ambition that you have to have to achieve your goals “.
For its part, Telefónica has been the entity awarded this year in the category of Business Collaboration in the Education Sector. Your CEO, Jose Maria Alvarez-Pallete, has collected the award on behalf of the company.
“Urge take advantage of the opportunities offered by technology in favor of a more inclusive society. This is one of the most relevant challenges we face “, he stated, and later added that this is one of those moments when companies must act with values and responsibility.
Also, the Award for Educational Innovation in the Technological Sector in this edition it was for LinkedIn.
The San Pablo CEU University Foundation has awarded, in the Junior Alumni category, the founder of Adopta Un Abuelo, Alberto Cabanes, and in the Senior Alumni category, the creator of the Starlite Foundation, Sandra García-Sanjuán, who has spoken about some of the projects that have led carried out to help the most disadvantaged, among which the construction of 24 schools in the most depressed areas of Mexico stands out.
The Nazaret Home has been awarded in the category of Solidarity, Development Cooperation and Social Entrepreneurship for its project ‘Rescue houses for children in the Peruvian Amazon’, and the CEU Ángel Herrera Award for Best Journalistic Work in Educational Matters It was for Olga R. Sanmartín, for her article entitled ‘Schools that feed families’.
The CEU Ángel Herrera Award has also been awarded to the Dissemination of Catholic Culture, ex aequo, to Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa and the Edades del Hombre Foundation.
Finally, the president of the San Pablo CEU University Foundation, Alfonso Bullón de Mendoza, thanked the winners and all those who have made it possible for the awards to be held for one more year.