Astrada's work, three times winner of the prestigious World Press Photo, is available from 12 to 16 January in the Old Building Tabacalera and 19 to 30 in Valencia North Station Adif.
The photo exhibition, which has the support of the Department of Social Welfare and Integration of the City of Valencia, through the Women and Equality Section, and ADIF, will be displayed in two different spaces during the month of January: Patio de Luces of the Antigua Tabacalera Building (from 12th to 16th and from 09:00 to 14:00) and lobby Adif Station Valencia North (from 19 to 30).
To mark the arrival in town of the exhibition, the Department of Social Welfare and Integration, through the Section for Women and Equality and Human organize a roundtable discussion about gender violence: its causes, effects and its consequences. The event, with free admission, will be held on Thursday, January 15th between 11:00 and 13:30 hours in the Press - Patio A - 2nd Floor of the Old Building Tabacalera (C / Amadeo 11 - 46010 - Valencia).
The roundtable will be attended by the Councillor for Social Welfare and Integration, Anne Albert Balaguer, and assistance from Lucy Polo, president of the Aminvi Network and 'Por ti, mujer'association; Àngela Nzambi, responsible for volunteering and incidence of Spanish Committee for Aid to Refugees (CEAR) in Valencia; Sergio Moratón, Vicente Ferrer Foundation delegate of theValencia and Murcia; Suso López, from Humana; and Walter Astrada, photojournalist and author of images.
Besides serving as the official presentation of the exhibition in Valencia, this activity aims to discover projects that perform each of the entities in the fight against gender violence, both locally and in international experiences.