The images captured by Enrique reflect a reality that we usually do not see in the headlines from the newspapers. They discover the greatness of the small things, of the ordinary day, of what usually goes unnoticed. A painful reality from which
Hilario Chi Canul (Born 16 October 1981) is a Mexican linguist of Maya ethnicity who worked as a translator and Yucatec Maya language coach in the production of the 2006 movie Apocalypto by Mel Gibson.
Ivan Rosypskye is an artist and a member of the Heiltsuk First Nation on the Northern BC coast of Canada. He is a highly sought after wood carver, weaver, painter and drum maker in the Powell River region where he makes his
(Rev) Ron Berezan lives in the traditional territory of the Tla’Amin First Nation (Powell River, BC, Canada). He is a permaculture and organic farming teacher and consultant working with communities across Canada and in Cuba (see www.theurbanfarmer.ca).
Anthropologist (UBA) with postgraduate training in Epistemology. Researcher at CONICET and professor of the Master’s Degree in Cultural Diversity at the Tres de Febrero University and at the Master’s Degree in Systemic Thinking at the National University of Rosario. She is Co-founder
Tau is an inspirational indigenous, cultural and spiritual story teller and public speaker with wide life and cultural experience that provides him with deep rich and entertaining stories to share. This includes insights into his spiritual energy healing journey and life growing
Puleng Matsaneng was born in Johannesburg and grew up in Soweto. She attended school at Mohaladitoe Senior Secondary School in the Free State. Puleng then completed her BA degree at the University of Johannesburg in 1993.
Vanessa is Manager Day Services at Mary Potter Hospice in Wellington New Zealand. Vanessa has a background in nursing and now leads a diverse work programme including Maori and Pasifika Liaison, volunteers in the home, bereavement coordination, and patient day unit activities.
Director of The World Community for Christian Meditation. Laurence Freeman was born in England in 1951 where he was educated by the Benedictines and studied English Literature at New College, Oxford University. Before entering monastic life, he had experience with the United
He has devoted most of his life to defend the rights of the poorest people.He did his initial studies at the English School, Hidalguense Institute at Pachuca, Hidalgo and followed at the Orient Militarized Institute, Puebla.