Unescocat collaborates with the Navarcles International Solidarity Festival of known as Clam Festival. In this ninth edition, the festival takes a closer look at two events that exemplify the mutations that we are living in our society. On the one hand, the effects on individual behavior and collective unbridled consumerism, and secondly, the appearance (or, in any case, the extension) of behaviors that are an expression of what we might call social pathologies.
The video produced by Dani Lagarto for Unescocat project on "Education in Gaza, a seed of peace" will be screened on Saturday 12 May at 22 h. in the section of social pathologies. See the detailed schedule.
Moreover, the director of Unescocat, Michel Angel Essomba, will be responsible for delivering the Pere Casaldàliga Solidarity Award that CLAM Festival awards each year to a person or entity who has excelled in their action aimed at promoting solidarity, struggle for civil rights, freedom and justice. The ceremony will take place on Sunday May 6 at 12 hours.