The lack of trust in the traditional media and the exaggerated trivialization of Politics are drastically reducing the critical capacity of the youngsters. [OPINION]
We already know what have decided the Jury of the OFFICIAL SECTION of Seville European Film Festival 2016, composed by Kieron Corless, Pilar López de Ayala, João Nicolau, Luis E. Parés and Agnés Wildenstein.
With the aim of promoting respect for young girls´ rights and to ensure that the European Union protects these rights in its policies and programmes, the European Week of Action for Girls will take place in Brussels each October. Within this framework, the Instituto Cervantes hosted a screening of "New Girls 24 Hours", a documentary by Mabel Lozano.
There have been thirty editions and more than 9,000 young people from all over the world have had the opportunity to travel and discover the human, geographical, social and historical dimensions of other cultures. The BBVA Route is a project that combines an education in values, cultural exchange and adventure.
In recent months, Seville has played host to a varied programme of demonstrations, forums, seminars, film screenings and debates, all aimed at encouraging immediate action in response to the migrant crisis. The Andalusian capital is committed to promoting greater awareness of the issues surrounding migration policies.
Europe is in need of a definitive initiative to revive production and investment. The Juncker Commission looks to the economy as the catalyst for a newfound trust in Brussels.
Pamela Palenciano travels around the "hysterical peninsula", as she defines it, using the theatre to tell her story of 6 years of abuse. Through the monologue "No sólo duelen los golpes" (Pain not only from blows), Pamela portrays on stage Antonio, her abuser, so that the audience can judge for themselves.
Every 8 hours, a woman is raped in Spain. The salary gap in Spain is 17.8%. Every day we face all kinds of violence. The situation is no better in the surrounding countries. This is why March 8th is a day to remember everything that is yet to be done.
This afternoon saw the opening of the 'The Mediterranean as a Frontier: Reality and Representation" exhibition at the Seville Arts Centre, a multidisciplinary showcase by 'UNIA arteypensamiento', a University of Andalusia project, developed through 15 years of work with groups of artists, investigators and activists from various Mediterranean cultures.
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