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Passing on and innovating in Basque culture are missions of elkar Fundazioa.
This task can be approached in different ways, and one of them is by giving assistance to start up new projects. The elkar awards were created in 2016 for this purpose.
Ibilbideari elkar saria
A prize awarded annually with the aim of highlighting and rewarding the work done by organisations that, in the opinion of elkar Fundazioa, have made a significant contribution to Basque culture. A whole career rather than a one-off contribution are recognised here, the aim being to encourage teamwork rather than individual work.
These are the bodies that have won the Ibilbideari elkar saria prize:
- 2023: Ikastoen Elkartea
- 2022: Elhuyar & UEU
- 2021: Euskal Herriko Bertsozale Elkartea
- 2020: Seaska
- 2019: Euskaltzaindia & Eusko Ikaskuntza
- 2018: Euskal Memoria
- 2017: Eresbil Musikaren Euskal Artxiboa
- 2016: Gerediaga elkartea
Proiektuari elkar saria
Biennial prize to help start up new initiatives in the field of Basque culture. Economic support is given to set up projects – or to projects in their initial stages – considered by elkar Fundazioa to be worthwhile and necessary.
These are the projects that have won the award:
- 2023: Project: Study of cultural policies. Eusko Ikaskuntza.
- 2021: Project to give continuity to the film and cartoon series Lur eta Amets. Lotura films.
- 2019: Euskal Herria Zuzenean festibala.
- 2017: XX. eta XXI. mendeetako euskal pentsamenduaren transmisioa izeneko egitasmoa, Jakin Fundazioa.
The Joseba Jaka grant was set up in 1996 in order to give financial support to Basque literary creativity.
In a first period, up to 2006, the grants were awarded every two years. Specifically, two grants per literary genre – novel, poetry, essay and children’s literature – i.e. 8 grants in each round.
The award of grants ceased in 2006, to be resumed in 2016, under the name “kultur sormen beka”. Today the Joseba Jaka grant helps fund creative cultural projects, awarding a single grant in each call for applications, which are held every two years.
Writers who have received the Joseba Jaka grant
Essay: Jon Alonso, Camembert helburu.
Essay: Pedro Alberdi, Satorrak baino lurperago; Piarres Xarriton, Giza eskubideen eta herri eskubideen auzia.
Children’s literature: Pello Esnal, Azeri zuloa.
Essay: Inazio Aiestaran, Esne beltza; Miel Anjel Elustondo, Western basque festival.
Children’s literature: Isabel Etxeberria, Mambo number five; Uxue Alberdi, Aulki jokoa.