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Camino “El desorden de los Sentidos” by Alejandro González Salgado

14 December, 17:00

Runtime: 58′

Screening to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities * –

Antonio, 14 years old, suffers cerebral palsy, Gerardo, 34, is deaf and blind, but this did not stop them from covering the almost 800 km that separate Roncesvalles from Santiago de Compostela in their modified vehicles.With the help of their family and friends, they show us that the real road goes much further than Santiago de Compostela.

The film will be followed by a Q&A with guest speakers:

17:00-17:45: welcome drink
17:45-18:45: film
18:45-19:30: debate


Pavel Trantina, Member of the EESC – President of the Section for Employment, Social Affairs and Citizenship (SOC)

Guest speakers:

  • Gunta Anča, Member of the EESC – Permanent study group on disability rights
  • Irene Hens, Film Producer
  • Alejandro González Salgado, Film Director
  • Javier Pitillas, coach of Gerardo Fernández Costa
  • Javier Luque, father of Antonio Luque Aumente
  • Jan Jarab, Regional Representative for Europe of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

The film is in Spanish with English subtitles and has a running time of 58 minutes

* This year’s theme is “inclusion: access and empowerment for people of all abilities”

documents-library32x32 DblueHandout: ‘Camino “El desorden de los Sentidos”‘

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