A society that offers its citizens quality public services, where peace and access to education are guaranteed, is also a less violent and unequal society, one where cultural manifestations flourish. We speak to four experts who, from their various specialities, present ideas about how to achieve this equity. With Darrel McLeod (Canada), a writer who was chief negotiator for land claims with the Canadian Federal Government and Executive Director of Education and International Affairs of the Canadian Assembly of First Nations before turning to writing; Paula Marcela Moreno (Colombia), former Minister of Culture, Chair of Corporación Manos Visibles and author of Soñar lo imposible and Maria Ressa (Philippines), journalist, winner of the Peace Nobel Prize in 2021 for work denouncing Duterte's regimen, corruption and and brutality. In conversation with Karim Ganem Maloof.
Simultaneous interpreting from English to Spanish available
Lydia Cacho, Sergio Jaramillo, Andrey Kurkov, Oleksandra Matviichuk and Juan Gabriel Vásquez in conversation with Catalina Gómez Ángel