ARTICLE 25 – UNDER THE LENS OF LATIN AMERICANS

Latin America is one of the regions of the planet where a large part of the population does not have access to many of the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights passed more than seven decades ago.

Article 25 of that Declaration guarantees clothing, food, housing, medical care and social protection in circumstances other than oneself, such as disability, widowhood, unemployment or old age.

The images that make up this exhibition were taken by amateurs and professional photographers in response to the question: is Article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights complied with in Latin America?

These documentary records account for the complex reality of the continent, characterized both by its cultural diversity and by the great social and economic contrast of many of its communities.

We hope that each one of these photographs is an invitation to discover different realities and, above all, to think about the path that remains to be followed if we hope that these rights are fulfilled for all the inhabitants, without any difference.