Exhibition that brings together the work of work of ten photojournalists who travelled the world (Kenia, India, Thailand, Libya, United States...) to capture the powerfully moving stories of children who face extreme challenges in making it to school every day.
Real stories, with names and faces, that invite the public to reflect on the obstacles and interests that deny millions of children their basic human right to education.
In spite of everything, the 30 images in this exhibition, and their ten stories, show that these girls and boys can cross mountains, deserts, rivers, icy waters, armed conflicts and extremely dangerous neighbourhoods convinced education will provide them a better life.
The exhibit is rounded out with photographs from the programme from the City of San Sebastián The road to school.
Guided visits for schools: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organized by: UNESCO, Sipa Press, Timkat, Departments of Human Rights and Mobility (The road to school) of the City of San Sebastián and Donostia Kultura
Photography: Nichole Sobecki / Sipa Press
Thirty professional designers have been brought together in a group project, each depicting their "perspectives" on human rights. Marking the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10th, the artists have used their sensitivity to interpret and express in poster form each of the declaration’s human rights.
Curated by Leire Fernández Iñurritegui and Eduardo Herrera (lecturers at UPV/EHU), the exhibit is a project that came from a social committment of the University of the Basque Country / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (UPV/EHU), to help us understand human rights through design.
Organized by the University of the Basque Country / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (UPV/EHU) and the Association of Designers of the Basque Country (EIDE), together with the Basque Government department of Human Rights, Coexistence and Cooperation and the San Sebastián City Council. The exhibit is part of the Thanks to human rights project.
Designers: Gotzon Beamonte (Brand Creatiers), Ane Irizar (Ane Irizar Studio), Cristina Hernández (Crisiscreativa), Carlos Hermosilla (Ideolab), Nagore Martínez (La Machine), María Sáez / Ander Sánchez (La caja de tipos), Ana Lidia Compañón / Josean Pablos (La Debacle), Inés Uribarren (Kënsla), Miguel Zorraquino (Zorraquino), Carlos Ortiz de Zárate (Sobre Blanco), Peio Atxalandabaso (Freskue), Marina Goñi (Estudio Marina Goñi), Iker de Aresti (Humanos Unidos), Miguel Terán (Meneo), Ángela Alonso (Happyending Studio), Xabier Gorostiaga (Graf!k), Xavier Iñarra (Ouidesign), Diego Sanz "Karramarro" (Vudumedia), Dani Lucas (La Docena), David Gotxikoa Martínez (Azul Prusia), Aitor Aretxabaleta (Hopper-ink), Beatriz Sancho (Milagros a Lurdes. Gráfica Divina), María Pérez (Letraz, UPV/EHU), Jota Aretxabaleta (Hopper-ink), Pilar Andrés (Aerredesign), Leire Fernández / Eduardo Herrera (Letraz, UPV/EHU), Josu Guevara Gómez (Kitcrea Laboratorio Visual), Asier Iturralde (Studio Gastón), Angélica Barco (Angélica Barca Studio), Javier González (dr. Minsky).
Exhibition: 14th exhibition of solo and group paintings by children and teens aged 6 to 18. This year 2,454 people presented 1,638 pictures. A total of 39 schools took part in the project (including schools, after-school activity centres and art workshops) as well as nine individual participants.
This year, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), the focus has been on article one, which aims ensure that all people enjoy fundamental rights and freedoms. After giving thought to this right, the participants expressed their thoughts and ideas in their artwork. The exhibition showcases works in different formats ranging from A-4 to 1x2 meters.
Awards ceremony: Sunday, April 29th in the plenary room of the San Sebastian City Hall at 12:00 noon.
Organized by the Office of Human Rights, San Sebastian City Hall, in partnership with Donostia Kultura.
The creaking of a door, a siren, voices in the hallway, thunder. There are sounds that frighten children, but there is one sound that terrifies five million people in the Sahel every year: it is the voice of hunger.
Iván Ferreiro, David DeMaría, Miss Caffeina, Barei and other prominent figures in the music world put sound to hunger and its causes. Let us make hunger be heard so that together we can silence it.
Audio exhibition in the framework of the #ElSonidoDelHambre campaign, an initiative of Action Against Hunger and the European Commission, with support from Fnac and Radio 3.