Cultural Domains:
Funds Allocated:
US$ 83 312.00
Applicant:
Ibero-American Federation of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences Academies – FIACINE
Start date
Apr 2022
End date
Nov 2023

About the project:

Ibero-American Federation of Film Arts and Sciences Academies (Federación Iberoamericana de Academias de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas - FIACINE), a non-profit organization that brings together the region's academies of motion pictures, arts and sciences, proposes to: 1) identify groups of women belonging to vulnerable groups working in the audiovisual industry in 7 Latin American countries; 2) identify the employment and training situation of women belonging to the target groups; 3) generate a mapping report of the audiovisual sector, focused on the identified groups, including recommendations for the development of public policies; 4) create a space for networking among the identified minority groups.

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How does this project contribute to the implementation of the 2005 Convention?

  • Reinforces job creation and entrepreneurship measures – The project empowers minority groups by equipping them with entrepreneurial skills.
  • Supports female artists and cultural professionals – Through its various activities the project creates and strengthens networks among women and support them as artists and professionals.

WE ARE DIVERSE: Empowering female audiovisual professionals from vulnerable groups in seven countries of Latin America

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Project implementation period: 
2022 to 2023
About the project: 

Ibero-American Federation of Film Arts and Sciences Academies (Federación Iberoamericana de Academias de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas - FIACINE), a non-profit organization that brings together the region's academies of motion pictures, arts and sciences, proposes to: 1) identify groups of women belonging to vulnerable groups working in the audiovisual industry in 7 Latin American countries; 2) identify the employment and training situation of women belonging to the target groups; 3) generate a mapping report of the audiovisual sector, focused on the identified groups, including recommendations for the development of public policies; 4) create a space for networking among the identified minority groups.

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Beneficiary countries: 
Argentina
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Guatemala
Mexico
Dominican Republic
Country of applicant: 
Colombia
Cultural Domains: 
Funds allocated (in USD): 
USD83312.00
Sections: 
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Main Activities
Short Description: 
  • Identify the individuals of the vulnerable groups through a virtual census.
  • Compile the census information and develop a database of collectives who belong to the vulnerable groups.
  • Conduct a study on the employment and training needs of the target groups through surveys.
  • Design and implement virtual workshops on entrepreneurship in the audiovisual sector.
  • Formulate recommendations for the development of public policy actions and strategies.
  • Publish a report WE ARE DEVERSE with the mapping and analysis of the information collected throughout the project as well as the recommendations for the development of public policy strategies.
  • Organize the forum WE ARE DIVERSE as a space for the articulation of networks among the identified minority groups.
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Title of the section: 
How does this project contribute to the implementation of the 2005 Convention?
Short Description: 
  • Reinforces job creation and entrepreneurship measures – The project empowers minority groups by equipping them with entrepreneurial skills.
  • Supports female artists and cultural professionals – Through its various activities the project creates and strengthens networks among women and support them as artists and professionals.
Position: 
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Organization: 
Ibero-American Federation of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences Academies – FIACINE
Year of application: 
2021
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