Gloria Careaga: "Understanding gender inequalities turns the structure upside-down and forces you to visualize reality from different perspectives”
Gloria Careaga, a prominent personality within the LGBTI movement in Mexico, talks to us about the progress and challenges the group faces in this North American country.
The director of 'Save the Children' in Catalonia warns of the serious problems of violence, poverty and migrations that minors still suffer and the challenges for the protection of the children that remain to be resolved.
Marta Segú: "We have changed the lives of populations that did not have access to electricity or resources to pay for it"
The director of the Probitas Foundation explains that the project of renewable energies in different hospitals has allowed to provide quality healthcare to vulnerable countries as Sierra Leona and Angola.
García leads on the ground the NGO 'Colabora Birmania', an organization that helps the refugee population due to the genocide of the government of this country against ethnic minorities.
Marta Cavallé is an expert in marine biology and coordinates the artisan fishermen's organizations in the Mediterranean on the European Platform, 'Life Platform, low impact fisherers of Europe'.
The 'Obrim Fronteres Caravan' is fighting for human rights, travelling different territories and denouncing the human tragedy of forced migration. We talk about this with one of its activists.
Interview with the president of FundiPau to discuss the concept of world peace and how to resolve non-violent conflicts.
Twenty years after the genocide, Tutsis and Hutus have begun to call themselves Rwandans.
Victòria Pagès: "The sense of community in Sub-Saharan Africa is developed, but there is still a need to articulate the defence of local interests "
Our protagonist tells us about her personal experiences on the ground with Doctors Without Borders (MSF).
‘Vincle’ is the Catalan word for ‘bounding’, and it is also the name of a local association that work with issues related to housing, community life and immigration issues.
George Reginald Freeman: "The Government of my country tried killing me for being gay, activist and a defender of the rights of LGBT persons”
Our protagonist is 31 years old, was born in Sierra Leone and is a LGBTI advocate and activist. Because of the threats in his country, he was forced to seek refuge in Spain.
We talk with Raül Molina, the person in charge of educational methods for the European Region of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, about the movement’s task at a regional level and about cooperation with other regions.