Queen Letizia of Spain visited family summer place, Palma, Mallorca to preside over the closing ceremony of the III International Conference on Safe Schools, a political instrument to protect students, teachers and educational institutions in times of armed conflict.
The III International Conference on Safe Schools, which took place in Palma on May 28 and 29, was organized by Spain in collaboration with Argentina, Norway and the Global Coalition to Protect the Education of Attacks, an event that included around 300 participants, among whom were high-level representatives of the UN and some of the countries whose education systems are affected by conflicts or situations of critical insecurity.
The third International Conference on Safe Schools 2019 discussed the challenges faced by academic institutes and the good practices implemented at national, regional and international levels in the field. It provided a forum for participants to exchange experiences, raise awareness and increase the visibility of the Safe Schools Declaration and Guidelines.
Speaking at the event, Queen said, “We should spare no effort in this. No one could question the unappealable and transcendent function of receiving adequate training in childhood. Access to knowledge is the great wealth that allows every human being to develop in the best possible way”.
For the day, Queen Letizia chose to debut another Italian label, Salvatore Ferragamo. She wore a red long sleeve flared shirt dress.
The dress featured a collared neckline with pleated detailing, an elastic waistline and puffed sleeves.
The €1650 dress is still available on the label’s website and also in blue with a shorter length and a top in the same style.
Letizia paired the outfit with Magrit’s animal printed python leather pumps with studs at the front and back. She debuted both pieces in January 2018 at the sports awards.
Queen finished her look with Elena Carrera white gold and diamond Mini Butterfly Earrings
and her Karen Hallam gold-plated sterling silver signature ring that has become a staple in her outfit finished the look.