MADRID, July 20 (EUROPA PRESS) –
the authors Rosa Montero, Manuel Rivas, Carme Riera, and Carmen Posadas Y John Kruz Igerabid have bet Your voice to the testimonies of some of the thousands of translators, writers and journalists who were beneficiaries of the CEDRO aid as part of the campaign #Cedrote accompany.
According to the company, this aid is intended to support these groups in the event of health, economic or work-related difficulties. Through this utility, CEDRO advises, analyzes and offers confidentially to the author who needs it the necessary support to help him to overcome certain situations.
“Today we are many writers living well below the poverty line. And what a relief not to hear the usual anymore. That being a writer is a hobby or a whim and that it goes without saying that we are poor because we want to be. because you heard me Y When I called you I realized that I am not alone. “Dignity comes first,” you told me between the lines in each of your messages. You offered me help to keep my dignity, you understood me as only a partner can. Life. The dignity. It’s easy to say,” says Rosa Montero in one of the videos that make up the campaign.
The initiative also reports that over the past two years Coinciding with the pandemic, CEDRO 305 provided much-needed assistance to members in an ongoing situation of unemploymentfor those who lack funds to pay for their housing, for those who need to cover medical treatments not covered by public health and for those who need to acquire adapted equipment and have a recognized disability.
At that time, the company granted 7,255 social and health benefits aimed at the purchase of optical equipment, hearing aids, dental and podiatry treatments and physiotherapy; and 414 COVID grants, the purpose of which is to support authors in the face of the pandemic’s impact on copyright.