The Pablo Landsmanas Foundation and the Universidad Anáhuac México join forces to found a Research Chair in the Faculty of Social Responsibility on the subject of child migration.
Elías Landsmanas arrived in Mexico in 1959, accompanied by his parents . From a very young age, an entrepreneurial attitude was added to his status as a migrant that would lead him to found, later, the Corporativo Kosmos company, currently one of the main companies in the food sector in Mexico.
With the aim of To continue promoting the work and social commitment of Elías Landsmanas Dymensztejn, the Pablo Lansmanas Foundation is established in honor of Don Elías's father and which offers more than 3 million daily meals to vulnerable populations and promotes other initiatives in Food, health, education and sustainable development.
To strengthen their work in the educational field, Corporativo Kosmos through its Pablo Landsmas Foundation and together with the Faculty of Social Responsibility of the Anáhuac University founded the Chair Elías Landsmanas Dymensztejn – Anáhuac research study on unaccompanied migrant children.
The event of the founding of the protocol firm was carried out in a virtuous manner. l, headed by Dr. Sonia Barnetche Frías, Academic Vice-Rector of the Universidad Anáhuac México and Dr. Miguel Ángel Santinelli Ramos, Director of the Faculty of Social Responsibility; Dr. Pablo Pérez Akaki, Head of the Chair and Lic. Aidé Mendoza Flores, Associate Professor
As special guests, the presence of Mr. Elías Landsmanas Dymensztejn, founder of Corporativo Kosmos; Jack Landsmanas Stern, Managing Director; and Patricia Flores Elizondo, President of the Pablo Landsmanas Foundation.
It should be noted that this virtual event was attended by students and professors from the University, as well as friends and guests from both institutions, who at the end of the ceremony , were able to participate in the first academic activity of the Research Chair, the Webinar: " Migration to the United States after COVID-19", with the participation of Dr. Rafael Fernández de Castro, Director of the Center for United States – Mexico Studies, University of California at San Diego.