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Fundación Francisco Giner de los Ríos

Francisco Giner de los Ríos (1839-1915) is considered by many authors as the educator par excellence of contemporary Spain. Intellectual and pedagogue, Giner was one of the founders of the Free Institution of Education center of gravity of an entire period of Spanish culture for the great quality of its pedagogy and its influence in political and social life from 1876 to the Civil War, after which it was closed. After the death of Francisco Giner de los Ríos, the Foundation that bears his name was born on June 14, 1916, with the task of overseeing the institutional heritage and continuing the educative task initiated by the teacher. The Association of Houses-Museum and Foundations of Writers was conceived in 1993 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, when five of these institutions conceived the idea of grouping together to reinforce their personality and exchange experiences and information, for the benefit of the legacy of their titular writers. Five years later, in 1998, and after a series of annual meetings, 22 of these Houses and Foundations celebrated in Salamanca the Constituent Assembly of the Association, with the approval of its Statutes. In April of the following year, the Association of Houses-Museum and Foundations of Writers was registered in the National Register of Associations and in December of the same year of 1999 the First Ordinary General Assembly of the Association was celebrated in Santander, in which it was named The first Governing Board. Since then, the Association has been working on the promotion, growth and consolidation of the Association itself, in strengthening the exchange and collaboration activities between the different partners and in the discovery and evidence of the many links, professional or not, which Unite the different writers. And, finally, helping to care for their homes and their bio-bibliographic and documentary legacies, studying and disseminating their works and promoting their reading in all areas. After fourteen years since the birth of the original idea, the Association today reaches the 50 Houses and Foundations that bear the name of a group of writers that gathers a decisive part of the history of Spanish literature of the last 150 years, written in The various languages of the State. The need to adapt the Statutes of 1998 to the new law of Associations, promulgated in 2002, and the opportunity of its edition, allows us to briefly recall the path taken up to this moment. From the effort of the journey we have the well prepared spirit and the renewed illusion to consider that the Association is still at the beginning of the path that our literary history has given.