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Women in Spanish Circus Take a Step Forward on Gender Issues

Last June, the first  Women in Circus State Meeting was held in Seville (Spain). Thanks to the support of the CircoRED Federation and with the collaboration of Circada Festival and the International University of Andalusia, fifty professionals gathered to reflect and debate about the gender issue in the circus world.
get="_blank" rel="noopener">CircoRED Federation and with the collaboration of Circada Festival and the International University of Andalusia, fifty professionals gathered to reflect and debate about the gender issue in the circus world. Through a participatory methodology and in an environment of trust and security, the participants advanced in understanding and mutual recognition of issues, exposing concrete cases, doubts, and data.  Through this approach, they were able to naturally build the bases of work on which to be able to continue advancing the cause for gender equality in circus in the future, by identifying problems and basic needs. ...
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Gloria Díaz

Gloria Díaz is a journalist who specializes in cultural communication, with her works focused mainly on the areas of circus and dance. She is the communication director of CIRCADA Festival (Seville, Spain) since 2013 and MES DE DANZA (Seville, Spain) since 2015, among other projects.