EFC Talks with Irene Rizzini

In this EFC Talks, we speak to Irene Rizzini, Director of the International Center for Research and Policy on Childhood (CIESPI) at the Catholic University in Rio (PUC-Rio) and major researcher and contributor to the film, ‘When Home is the Street.’ She elaborates on key themes expressed throughout the film on the topic of children living in the street, specifically in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Mexico City, Mexico. This was held prior to the movie premiere and panel discussion of ‘When Home is the Street’ that took place on January 30, 2013 at The New School.

 

 

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