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BIPR | The CCSDD Human Trafficking Chapter Series - Screening of the Documentary Vidas Menores by Alfredo Torrescalles
The CCSDD Human Trafficking Chapter Series - Screening of the Documentary Vidas Menores by Alfredo Torrescalles

May 6, 2021 - 18:00

Alfredo Torrescalles - Antonia Palomo - Alexandra Malangone

The CCSDD Human Trafficking Chapter Series - Screening of the Documentary Vidas Menores by Alfredo Torrescalles


The event is part of the CCSDD Human Trafficking Chapter Series and is supported by the “Associazione di Cultura e di Studio Italo-Americana Luciano Finelli Friends of the Johns Hopkins University”
Alfredo Torrescalles
Film Director, Spain
Antonia Palomo
Head of Area for Minors, Government of the Autonomous City of Ceuta, Spain
Alexandra Malangone
Affiliated Practitioner, CCSDD, Italy

WITH SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION FROM SPANISH INTO ENGLISH

For further information on the CCSDD Human Trafficking Chapter you can visit our website or contact projects@ccsdd.org


In recent years thousands of Moroccan minors have left their country to try to live in Europe. They travel without parents or legal guardians, many of them sneaking into boats and vehicles that cross the Mediterranean to the Spanish mainland. They are known by the technical acronym UAMs (Unaccompanied Foreign Minors).

They are the protagonists of many news reports, and everyone has an opinion about them, but who really knows them? What is known about them?

"Vidas Menores" accompanies several of these boys at different times during their migratory journey from Morocco all the way to Sweden. Over the course of a year and a half, the camera portrays their daily lives as they live it, allowing us to know more about who they are...

A story that avoids Manichean speeches and value judgments, without "expert opinions" or voice-overs, told from a human and humanist perspective and focused exclusively on better understanding this reality.

Vidas Menores
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