Mohamed El Amrani
(1992, Chefchaouen - Morocco)
Communicator and social entrepreneur. Coordinate of social innovation and communication projects at the Suara Cooperative. He has worked and collaborated in numerous media since he was very young. Always from a social perspective with critical and constructive value. He created the Convivència de Roses Network at the age of 17, a comprehensive community project that fights for social cohesion and is aimed at re-thinking how the management of diversity is understood in our country; he has received several awards for this project, including the 2013 Young Social Entrepreneur Prize from the European University in Madrid, the 2014 Príncep de Girona Foundation Social Category Prize and the 2017 Lluís Carulla Civic Action Prize. He is also the Chair of the Azahara Association which works for development cooperation between Spain and Morocco. He is a member of the Advisory Council to the Chair of Social Responsibility at the University of Girona. Member of the Editorial Advisory Council to ADOLESCENTS.CAT and member of the Advisory Council in anti-bullying at the FC Barcelona Foundation.