Women at risk: cases of feminicide have increased in Bogotá

Between January and October, 1,180 women were at risk of femicide in the country's capital. According to the most recent report from the Bogotá Women's Secretariat, between January and October 2021, there were 1,180 women at risk of femicide in the city, of which 696 were assessed at serious and extreme risk. Likewise, the localities of Ciudad Bolívar, Bosa, Kennedy, Usme and Suba they contributed 48% of the risk cases. While La Candelaria and Barrios Unidos reported fewer situations. From the entity it was pointed out that one of each five murders was presented in May 2021. Considered the most…

Documentary films .. a cinematic phenomenon that raises controversy | Gulf newspaper

Documentary films began in the last years of the nineteenth century, showing the first films of this kind. The storm has echoes of the musical structure, and it can be a work of propaganda art, so what is a documentary? One of the traditional easy answers to this question, as presented by Patricia Ovda Heidi in her book “The Documentary Film” published in the series “A Very Short Introduction.” It's a humorous movie, a serious movie that tries to teach you something. It's not the kind of movie like Stasi Peralta's "Riding Giants" that takes you on an exciting journey…

Noura Al-Noman: Science fiction establishes an understanding of reality | Gulf newspaper

Sharjah: «Gulf» Emirati novelist Noura Al Noman confirmed that science fiction literature establishes a culture of understanding reality based on evidence and evidence, and that what we read or watch of science fiction is the result of analyzing reality and building forward-looking expectations based on its components and responding to its directions, noting that science fiction literature is capable of changing generations, And she is certain of its profound effect in directing minds towards consolidating the principle of proofs and evidence when making critical decisions in life. This came in a lecture by writer Noura Al Noman on the "Tedx…