Elected | Parity: women in politics

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Maria Farinha Filmes presents:

Elected | Parity: women in politics

General Audience 2020 17 min

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Women are the majority of the population in Brazil, but only occupy 15% of Congress. It is true that they are occupying more and more space. But we still find that it is still little. In this episode, we are going to learn how Mexico managed to achieve the so-called gender parity and we will travel to other Latin American countries to meet women who are using creativity to overcome the lack of diversity in politics.

Directed by

Isadora Brant, DYG Midnight

Produced by

Maria Farinha Filmes

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Instituto Update, Spray Content, Quebrando Tabu, Maria Farinha Filmes

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Documentary

Theme (title)

Politics Gender issues

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Elected | Parity: women in politics (2020)

Age rating: General Audience

It is possible to download the archive of this film for Videocamp sessions. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Isadora Brant DYG Midnight

Produced by Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction Instituto Update, Spray Content, Quebrando Tabu, Maria Farinha Filmes

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Politics Gender issues

ODSs ODS 5 - Gender Equality, ODS 10 - Reduced Inequalities, ODS 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities, ODS 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

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Standard Portuguese BR, English, Spanish

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Women are the majority of the population in Brazil, but only occupy 15% of Congress. It is true that they are occupying more and more space. But we still find that it is still little. In this episode, we are going to learn how Mexico managed to achieve the so-called gender parity and we will travel to other Latin American countries to meet women who are using creativity to overcome the lack of diversity in politics.