Produce ten podcasts, each one ten minutes in length, about the communication rights of indigenous peoples in four native languages, to be disseminated on social networks and on an international web platform, currently being constructed, dedicated to increasing the visibility of this right. Two programs will be produced for each indigenous language, two of which are Andean: Aymara and Quechua (central); and two which are from the Amazon: Shipibo and Asháninka. Additionally, two podcasts will be produced in Spanish to be circulated nationally and internationally in the Spanish-speaking world.
To train rural settlers in the southern districts of Puno in the use of the media via Internet to document their culture, history and own news through blogs that include multimedia content, thus overcoming the digital divide (giving it a sense of technology) and the development divide, themselves creating their own presence on the Internet. This in a one-week workshop in the city of Puno, followed by an accompanying one for all participants so that they continue publishing their news and documentaries.
KapaqLab is a Peruvian collective that is impulsing a project called Native Peoples’ House. Through its website, which will be a digital space for meeting and exhibition of “expressions of Indigenous contemporary art” (*) that is created in Peru and elsewhere-and information about products (interviews, features, news, reflections, etc..) will be disseminated hat illustrate the present work and work in development of each artist and / or group o
The project seeks to strengthen the abilities of a group of adolescents and youth who are currently child domestic workers (CDW) or former CDW on the development and dissemination of stories through a radio program and a blog. Adolescents and youth will address issues related to CDW in order to create awarness among the Cajamarca comunity. The issues addressed through the radio and blog will serve to inform, follow up, and intervene.