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The FSG established the Annual "FSG Prize" in 2011 in order to offer recognition to those individuals or institutions that perform outstanding work in the defence and support of Roma access to citizenship, and in the promotion of the equal treatment and social recognition of the Roma community.

The FSG inaugurated the annual "Fundación Secretariado Gitano Prize" in 2011, with the purpose of offering recognition to those persons or institutions that have developed outstanding work in the defense and support of Roma access to citizenship, in the promotion of the equal treatment and social recognition of the Roma community.

This award thus recognises persons and organisations contributing to an improvement in the living conditions of Roma by enhancing the consolidation of Roma civil rights in various fields such as housing, work, education, healthcare or anti-discrimination.

The FSG Prize materialises in a metal box – because boxes are where important things are kept, where photos and objects with emotional value are treasured – featuring a golden plate with the letter “G”, which symbolises the Roma spirit. The prizes are personalised with a quote from the recipient of the award.

In its first edition, the FSG Award recognised the trajectory of the anthropologist Teresa San Román Espinosa
Teresa San Román received the FSG Prize from the hands of the President of the FSG, Pedro Puente
Teresa San Román received the FSG Prize from the hands of the President of the FSG, Pedro Puente

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