Women and health
This section will include productions dealing with women’s health from a gender and human rights’ perspective. Women health and welfare is to be conceived as an umbrella concept, this is not only in physical terms but also psychically and socially.
Sexual and reproductive health. Mental and public health. HIV/aids abortion, teenage pregnancy, maternal breastfeeding, humanized childbirth.
Women and migration
This section will include productions focusing on the specific features that the migratory process adopts in the case of women within a globalized world, and on how women’s cultural, social and personal life is affected by mobility.
Movements & Migration. Emigration & Immigration. Cultural Diversity & Social Inclusion. Boundaries, barriers & walls. Citizenship & Exile. Identity & Stereotypes. Nostalgia. Freedom and limitations. Work & Remittance. Abscense & Presence.
Women and cultural practices
This section will gather film productions related to women’s social and cultural practices at artistic, religious, sports, etc. levels.
Women performing a variety of activities related to sports, arts, religion and culture. Participation in media. Culture of indigenous people & Ancient Practices.
Women and violence
This section will include works that make apparent the different forms of physical, psychic, social and political violence to which women are subject at both private and public spheres.
Gender-based violence. Violence at work, sexual harassment & workplace mobbing. Violence in Media. Prostitution Networks and Sex Traffic. Women’s position during dictatorships. Women in wartime.
Women and work
This section is intended to consider inequality from a gender perspective, paying special attention to the feminization of poverty, and to women’s unequal participation in the labor force, understood not only in terms of paid work but including house and care work, which unfairly falls down on women within the family.
Gender inequality in the workplace. Workplace exploitation. Worker’s rights. Horizontal and vertical job segregation. Payment discrimination. ‘Glass ceiling’. Household chores. Alternative professions. Workplace mobbing. Women burnout.
Women and political commitment
This section deals with the political participation of women in the public sphere and their struggle to guarantee their rights through collective action.
Political participation is not only referred to collective actions related to political parties, but also it is associated with the struggle against situations of injustice and the oblivion of human rights, the acquirement of a broad definition of citizenship –including non-favored sectors–, the protection of the environment and the recognition of discriminated groups from the social action of women’s and ecologic movements as well as the claim of indigenous people.
Active participation. Political commitment. Collective Movement. Struggle for Rights. Social Action. Political Affiliation. Historical Claims.
This section is intended to give a view of sexual diversity and alternative gender practice in order to shed some light on the wide multiplicity of sexual identities, gender performances, and the non-traditional family model, among others.
Sexual Diversity. Choices. Gender roles. Gender stereotypes. Discrimination. Problematics concerning Traditional Marriage and Family. Paternity. Adoption. Redefinition of manhood. Alternative relationships. LGTB families. Equal cohabitation.
Childhood and youth
This section will offer a place to deal with childhood, youth and domestic life from a gender’s perspective and will provide room for a wide range of different approaches on how the concept of family is understood in our societies
Childhood and adolescence. Gender differences in socialization. Youth friendships. Dating. Urban tribes.
Women and environment
We introduced this section with the aim of creating a place to share opinions approaching on the subject of women interaction in relation with the environment as well as their political and social commitment regarding its conservation. Our intention is to present the collective experiences had by women related on solidarity economy, fair trial, responsible use of the environment and latest strategies to work in balance with the care of nature.
Self sustainabilty. Solidarity Economy. Responsible use. Fair Trial. Social Ecology Movement. “Sin tierra” Movement. Indingenous women’s demands.