According to the Presidency’s Twitter account, Diaz-Canel visited the headquarters in this capital of that initiative dedicated for years ‘to record life stories that do not always have the necessary promotion in the media.’
‘It talks about accompanying realities and giving a face to everyone,’ the source stressed.
The Palomas Project, directed by artist, documentary maker and filmmaker Lizette Vila, was created in June 2002, and is made up of collaborators and people of good will.
Its functions are socio-cultural-humanist, non-profitable, and its work is for diversity, changes in lifestyles and the promotion of a culture of peace.
To this end, the Project stimulates the production of audiovisual works and workshops focused on groups in vulnerable situations, such as women victims of violence, transgender people, elderly people, children, teenagers, youngsters and people with some kind of illness.