Salir Adelante /Moving Forward Documentary
The documentary Salir Adelante / Moving Forward, directed and produced by Bruna Curcio in collaboration with the ESRC-funded Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls (ReGHID) at the University of Southampton, was premiered last Thursday 12th January 2023, at Harbour Lights Picturehouse in Southampton.
Salir Adelante / Moving Forward is based on the stories of Venezuelan forced migrant women and girls who fled humanitarian crisis to rebuild their lives and hopes while experiencing the everyday struggles of unfamiliar and sometimes adverse places in Brazil. The documentary calls the attention to the perilous journeys to hope, safety and wellbeing they undertook as well as the failures of protection regimes and policies to redress the many risks, harms and barriers that stop migrant women and girls from enjoying the rights, dignity, and respect they are entitled to.
Further good news is that the documentary has been shortlisted at the WRPN Women’s International Film Festival, competing for Best Foreign Documentary! The WIFF is created exclusively for films made by women, or that carry subject matter relating to concerns to women’s issues.
‘Salir Adelante’ is a documentary based on the stories of Venezuelan migrant women and girls who fled humanitarian crisis to rebuild their lives and hopes while experiencing the everyday struggles of unfamiliar and sometimes adverse places in Brazil.
Click the link to view the press release of the documentary in Portuguese: Press Release_March 2023
Reflections on Gender and Migration Governance In the Context of South-South Displacement
In this video, Dr Natalia Cintra answers some questions about migration, refugees, gender and poverty, especially involving contexts and realities about South-South migration in Latin America.
Migration governance and development: reflections on gender and South-South displacement
In this interview with Pía Riggirozzi, Professor of Global Politics at the University of Southampton, England, we reflect on the nexus between migration, gender and health, as well as on the governance conditions necessary to respond to the challenges faced by women and girls in South-South migration corridors.
The making of the AGAPE guide
In this video our Colombian partners, explain the making of the AGAPE guide, a collaborative methodology which aims to raise awareness amongst the the migrant population in Colombia about their in Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights.