With the Refugees

The General Assembly of the United Nations declared June 20, the World Refugee Day, as it coincided with the anniversary of the Refugee Convention of 1951. In article 1 of this Convention, the term “refugee” is defined: […] That, as a result of events that occurred before January 1, 1951 and due to well-founded fears…


International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

October, 17th 1993 was declared the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty by resolution of the General Assembly of the United Nations. 2015 Theme: “Building a sustainable future: Coming together to end poverty and discrimination” #EndPoverty    


Porters women

  Porters women cross every day the border of Spain with Morocco to the cities of Ceuta and Melilla (Spanish autonomous cities). They cross it on foot, carrying huge bundles that can weigh more than 50 kilos and charge to deposit the goods on the Moroccan side. They can get between 10-15 dollars per day.…


African woman IX

Woman in a village in rural Africa and crush the grain to make flour. According to the United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture (FAO), for millions of people who live in the semi-arid tropical areas of Asia and Africa, sorghum and millet are the most important staple food. Furthermore this type of crop can…



Do you know where you can finish your old computer and a multitude of electronic devices? Portable, smarphone, tablet, fax, printers, and a long etc. just in the so-called e-waste dump which are often in developing or transition countries. The large e-waste dumps are Agbogbloshie (Ghana), Lagos (Nigeria), Guiyu (China), Nueva Delhi (India), among others.