'Literature is Feminine' emphasizes consolidating equality

The initiative Literature is Feminine, which has been carried out by the Diputación del Común through the DEMOS Project, funded by the European Union, held, at the headquarters of the Laboratory for Research and Innovation in Architecture, Culture, Urbanism, Design and Advanced Tourism, a meeting between the writer Cecilia Domínguez, winner of the 2015 Canary Islands Prize for Literature, and Dulce Xerach Pérez, director of the project and author of a crime novel. The initiative was presented by the deputy of Equality and Gender Violence of the Diputación del Común, Beatriz Barrera. The act could be followed via streaming and it is in the web link https://ellaboratorio.org/la-literatura-es-femenina-2021/.

In addition to the reflections that were raised, Dulce Xerach Pérez presented the conclusions drawn from the different meetings, which largely focus on the need to consolidate equality.

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