I have been working as a video and photojournalist for 8 years, publishing for different media my own reports like The Guardian, El Pais, ViceNews, MSNBC, WOZ or Telesur among others. I usually work in Spain, but I have also worked as a correspondent in other countries like in Argelia, Ukraine, Jordan, Cambodia or Greece. Now I am stringer in photo and video for Anadolu Agency and Ruptly for Basque Country and Spain. I am based in San Sebastian, Spain, and I can work worldwide.
The schools for childrens with special needs are a victory for the will of several women sensitized to the issue of the deficiency. Some of them newly coming to study in Cuba and Algeria began to consider the need for an institution to work integration of disabled people in the Sahrawi society, repudiated until then, or hiding in the Haimas. Tearing down myths and building opportunities in a place where the routine and neglect are part of everyday life, they create a possibility for these people. It´s currently a solid project that has become part of the Ministry of SADR,
Dr. Lee Chul Soo is responsible for the Zaatari Taekwondo Academy, founded in early 2013. Lee became the representative of the Korea Food for the Hungry International in Jordan and visited the Zaatari camp for Syrian refugees fleeing the war in his country. Upon returning to Seoul, days later, he could not sleep thinking about those kids. He imagined thousands of projects while thinking back until q decided to create the Academy of Taekwondo Zaatari, where hundreds of children and teachers Syrians come daily: "My idea is to train future leaders, transforming the violence that has exercised the conflict in their childhoods, to channel the anger into something positive. And there are already results: children who are two years are more disciplined and have recovered their self-esteem. "
Audiovisual report showing the world of the war scenario in which it became the eastern Ukraine. Faced with this dangerous scenario, those who continue to suffer the consequences of the conflict are civilians. And the winter, implacable, continues to advance.
In Jordan’s largest refugee camp, a Korean NGO has set up a taekwondo academy to help boost Syrian children’s strength and self-esteem. The Zaatari Taekwondo Academy was founded by Lee Chul Soo in 2013. The objective of the academy is to form leaders for a future, postwar Syria. The students – some as young as four – are taught about courtesy and self-control. The teachers are saluted with a bow, lowering the body as a sign of respect. The kicks, blows, and blocking positions are focused on self-control. ‘Although you see them kicking and throwing punches in the air, we teach them this martial art to strengthen them mentally and physically, not to fight; it is a defensive sport,’ says founder Lee Chul Soo. ‘The children that have been training for two years are already more disciplined and have gained self-esteem.’ David Choi, the press manager for the NGO Food for the Hungry International - Korea who are funding the project, explains that as well as the taekwondo, the NGO