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Libération

Nadege Mazars

Pictures and publication on Libération about the story of Teodora, sentenced to 30 years in jail after a miscarriage, the perseverance of Ceci, her sister, to denounce the injustice, and the fight of Agrupación Cuidadana por la Depenalización del Aborto en El Salvador.
Criminalization of abortion in el Salvador is so total and blind that a woman can be convicted for a homicide after a miscarriage.
Strong story by Anne Proenza
Thanks to Frédérique Rondet to edit it for Libération.
Thanks to Jean Stern and his support for the achievement of this reportage on the field with Chronique d'Amnesty International.
And again, thanks to IWMF for its support on the first step of the reportage.

New issue of California Sunday Magazine

Nadege Mazars

On the California Sunday Magazine today, my story about the FARC-EP female fighters, and a text by the great Nadja Drost

Publication on the California Sunday Magazine

Nadege Mazars

While the FARC-EP guerrilla and the Colombian governement were signing the bilateral ceasefire agreement the past 23th June, the California Sunday Magazine published this story about women fighers, with my pictures and the so true and sensitive text by Nadja Drost. A publication I'm very happy to share with you, that I was expecting since several weeks as well as this new step toward peace.
A particular thanks to the Magnum Foundation and the Prince Claus Fund for their support with the Emergency Fund they assigned me to realize my poject about The Other Colombia.

https://story.californiasunday.com/farc-women-colombian-rebel-soldiers