Documentary Report (Brussels)
I'm organizing a photographic report about the Rights of the Indigenous Women in Chiapas, Mexico for this winter.
You'll find next a brief description of the purpose of this work:
"20 years after the uprising of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN ) of January 1, Protected content , and the issuing of the Women’ s Revolution Act , what are their living conditions and their level of participation and involvement in society?
Attitudes, have they really changed in everyday life, or are they preparing future generations for another way of seeing relations between man/woman?
It will be presented as a multimedia project, mixing live sound and photographs accompanied by a descriptive narrative."
Full project in English: Protected content
Full project in French: Protected content
In order to be able to do this, I'm currently running a crowdfunding campaign through Ulule: Protected content
My purpose here is to know if you would be interested on helping this project or if you could spread the link to reach a higher number of people.
I really thank you in advance for taking the time to read me.
Do not hesitate and contact me if you need any additional information.
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