Awards and Acknowledgements

Dreams that came true

Awards and Acknowledgements

2019

Vivalectura Award 2019

Santillana Foundation

Project: Inclusion by reading

Finalist

Educational inclusion and Easy Read, Romania School, of the category Reading Comprehension in study contexts.
Easy Read is a support for cognitive accessibility with a collaborative philosophy based on the new paradigms of inclusion.
The project generates a community value chain, pulling alumni into the school library in vulnerable situations with cognitive disabilities or low literacy, who participate as rented validators of written materials made by teachers. This renews the vocation to teach and the desire to learn.

2018

Transforming Minds Award ,

Nobleza Obliga Foundation

Project: Read without barriers

Finalist CABA

Selected among 1801 projects from all over Argentina


2018

Call for Social Projects

Strengthening of the Civil Society, GCABA.

Selected project
Read without barriers

Approximately 800 projects were presented and Visibilia’s Foundation one was selected among the 350 finalists. Training project on E2R for primary school teachers.

2017

OTRA GENTE Magazine

Human Recognition

Presidency of the Visibilia Foundation

Delivered during the event
"The Night of the Museums", at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA)
Faculty of Architecture Design and Urbanism (FADU)

2017

Clarín-Zurich
Prize for Education 2017
Teacher Training
Honorable Mention
Project: Rumania-Visibilia


Finalist and Winner of an Honorable Mention of the 2017 Clarín Zurich Prize for Education. 160 projects from all over the country were presented, and the one of Visibila Foundation was selected among the 10 finalists, and the 4 winners of this edition for teacher training.

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Inclusión Internacional

Argentine member of:

Inclusión Internacional

Fundación Visibilia is an Argentine member of Inclusion International, an international network of people with intellectual disabilities and their families advocating for the human rights of people with intellectual disabilities worldwide.
For over fifty years Inclusion International has been committed to the promotion of these human rights and our organization now represents over 200 member federations in 115 countries throughout five regions including the Middle East and North Africa, Europe, Africa, the Americas, and Asia Pacific.
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