Uncut screened at WOMEN DELIVER CONFERENCE 2019

So happy (and proud) to know that our movie UNCUT on the African women’s battle against female genital mutilations is going to be screened at Women Deliver in Canada, the world’s largest conference on gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women.
Scheduled on the 4th of June 

Zona ActionAid Italia No Peace Without Justice European Journalism Centre (EJC)

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UNCUT / Ex Mattatoio / Rome until March 30

Padiglione 9B
Curated by Renata Ferri
Texts by Emanuela Zuccalà

When fear gets hold of me
When anger seizes my body
When hate becomes my companion
Then I get feminine advice, because it is only feminine pain
And I am told feminine pain perishes
like all feminine things.
Dahabo Ali Muse, Feminine Pains (poem, 1998)



With the PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION UNCUT, Differenza Donna ONG, Non c'è Pace Senza Giustizia, Commission pour l'Abolition des Mutilations Sexuelles - CAMS (France), Institut de Santé Génésique - ISG (France) and La Palabre (Belgium) tell of the commitment they are carrying out, with the implementation of the BEFORE Project, to strengthen the role of women in the fight against female genital mutilation (FGM). Until October 18.

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Photo exhibition
06/09 – 14/10/2018
@ De Markten / Brussels

As an extension of the May ‘68 anniversary, UNREST reflects a state of uncertainty and renewal which animates the present world, a synthesis of two opposing tendencies: One a catalyst for change, often associated with incertitude and disorder and the other, a state of repose, an opportunity for regeneration. The dialogue between the visual stories presented by MAPS tell us how people around the globe face the daily challenges of our unstable world.

photo courtesy @ John Vink


Uncut Project is shortlisted for the Marilyn Stafford Foto Reportage Award

Uncut Project is shortlisted for the Marilyn Stafford Foto Reportage Award. #MarilynStafford is an outstanding photographer, born in 1925 in the US, she moved to Europe and covered social major changes in the 50's and 60's. During her long and fertile life she also traveled a lot: Tunisia, Lebanon, India, with an empathic attitude towards the victims of history. Here a pic of hers that I love . Edith Piaf in a white dress - 1950. 
#liveforthestory #marilynstaffordfotoaward MAPS #newsroom ZonaEmanuela Zuccalà Giulia Tornari Valeria Debera Barbara Antonelli ActionAid Italia