Jihad by the inclusion
While the French President François Hollande, intends to approve a law allowing gay marriage, one of them, an Algerian-born French gay, opens a new gap. Since last November 30, heterosexual, homosexual Muslims, men and women, can pray together, every Friday in the same temple.
Refugees women in Istanbul
Istanbul (Turkey). 2012. Work in progress
Turkey, a country of entry to Europe, has become an insurmountable wall for tens of thousands of immigrants on their dream of reaching Europe. More than 150,000 people are in this situation, and more than 50,000 are trying to survive in the city of Istanbul. The majority comes from Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, ex Soviet republics and Syria.
Neighbors Corrala "Utopía"
Seville, (Spain) 2012
36 families who became homeless because of the crisis, have occupied a building of new construction in Seville, which was still uninhabited almost 3 years ago after being finished. It is their way to demand to the authorities to find solutions for the thousands of families who are homeless.Only in the province of Seville, more than 6,000 families have lost their homes in the past two years while around 114,000 homes, many of them owned by banks, remain empty.
Daugthers of the mist. Coca women
Nord Yungas (Bolivia). 2012
Bolivia, one of the main producers of coca leaf, has recently undertaken a hard fight against drug trafficking. Even so, its laws respect and protect the cultivation and traditional use of the coca leaf, firmly rooted in the society, culture and Bolivian customs.
Holy Week in Seville
Holy Week in Seville is the commemoration of the passion and death of Christ through the performing processions confraternities to the Cathedral of the city during the period between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. During those days , 61 fraternities make their way around the streets and 10 more they do on the 2 days before , Good Friday and Easter Saturday .
The shell fishers of Cambados. The cooperative effort.
Cambados (Pontevedra). September 2011-May 2012
From always the Ría of Arousa was a heritage of everybody that wanted to be served by her. The Ría was exhausting her resources, at the time that intermediaries and wholesalers were buying to the fall the shellfish that the shell fishers were gathering twice a day. Before this unfair situation, The Galicians organized and prepared themselves and promised to fight to dignify ad for regularizing their profession...