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Faith, passion, destiny E-mail
Thursday, 02 February 2012

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Author: Susana Girón.

Text and prologue: Saturnino Valladares, Vari Caramés and Paco Salinas.

Pages and characteristhics: 112 pages. Hard Cover. Paper 150 gr.

Presentation: February 2012. Caixa Galicia Foundation. Coruña.

Printers: Litoronor.

Publishers: Nortempo Foundation.

Edition: 1000 books.

The Others E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2011

 

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Title :  The Others, Minority Christian, Muslim and Jewish communities in three Mediterranean countries.

Author: José Antonio de lamadrid

Prologue: Margarita Aizpuru, curator and art critic. Antoni Nicolau Martí, director of Cultural and Scientific Relations of  the Spanish Agency for International Development. Andrés Mourenza, journalist. Beatriz Muñoz González, professor. Luis de Vega, journalist

Lenguage: Spanish, English.  Pages: 94

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Malawi 2008. The lack of water impoverishes and maintains the under-development of one of the poorest countries of Africa.  In Malawi, 65% of the population live in extreme poverty. The agricultural sector employs 85% of the country’s workforce, which represents 90% of the national export revenue.  The majority of the malawians works the land to survive. The main crops are maize, sorghum, yucca, rice, cotton, tobacco, beans, peas and peanuts.  99% of the children under 5 years do not attend pre-school, and the rate of children registered in primary school is 53%.  Of it’s 13 million inhabitants, only 16% liv in urban areas. In September 2000, 147 Heads of State and 189 nations agreed to adopt the Millenium Development Objectives, to reduce by half, by the year 2015, the proportion of the world’s population that does not have sustainable access to safe sources of drinking water and Basic sanitation. This objective will not be fulfilled.

Sponsors: Three Mediterranean Cultures Foundation, Cajasol, Cervantes Institute, Institute of Culture and Arts of Seville (ICAS), Extremadura and Latin American Museum of Contemporary Art (MEIAC). Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID)

Legal deposit: SE-6248/2009

Madzi, Water in Malawi E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2011

 

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Author: José Antonio de Lamadrid

Prologue: Federico Mayor Zaragoza (Culture and Peace Foundation), Pedro Arrojo ( New water Culture Foundation) y Nuria Tamayo (Journalist).

Lenguage: Spanish 84 pages with text and illustrations in black and white

SYNOPSIS
Malawi 2008. The lack of water impoverishes and maintains the under-development of one of the poorest countries of Africa.  In Malawi, 65% of the population live in extreme poverty. The agricultural sector employs 85% of the country’s workforce, which represents 90% of the national export revenue.  The majority of the malawians works the land to survive. The main crops are maize, sorghum, yucca, rice, cotton, tobacco, beans, peas and peanuts.  99% of the children under 5 years do not attend pre-school, and the rate of children registered in primary school is 53%.  Of it’s 13 million inhabitants, only 16% live in urban areas. In September 2000, 147 Heads of State and 189 nations agreed to adopt the Millenium Development Objectives, to reduce by half, by the year 2015, the proportion of the world’s population that does not have sustainable access to safe sources of drinking water and Basic sanitation. This objective will not be fulfilled.

Legal deposit: SE-1330/2010

Legacies. Generations in transit E-mail
Friday, 14 January 2011

 

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legados_libroAuthor: Susana Girón.

Texts and prologue: Saturnino Valladares, Carmen Aguilera and Ana Tallés.

Pages and Characteristhics: 108 pages. Soft Cover. Gardapar Paper 135 gr.

Presentation:
January 2010. Convento de las Claras-Caja Murcia Foundation, Fotoencuentros Photofestival 2010. February 2010, Royal Spanish Photographic Society.

Print: Brizzolis Arte en Gráficas. | ISBN: 978-84-88610-92-8 | DEPÓSITO LEGAL:M-51653-2009 | EDITORIAL: Artual Ediciones S.L. Barcelona.

SINOPSIS There is a generation of women born in Spain during the postwar period. Yesterday they took care of their parents, today of their children and grandchildren. This feminine group represents the point of contact between tradition and modernity. The vertiginous social changes have modeled their eagerness to preserve and change: to protect traditions and customs and to improve an unfair society. We are what we received, we bequeathed what they have given us and therefore we established a circle of inheritances that are transmitted indefinitely from generation to generation. What shall we inherit from the generations that preceded us? What will we give the next generation?



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