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Mãe Trabalhadora

2014 - ILO (International Labour Organization)

A documentary directed by João Graça, produced by Anima, about the double responsibility of Mozambican women as mothers and workers. The film was supported by the ILO to create debate about the protection of women in the workplace, mainly during the maternity period.

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ANIMA_OIT_MÃE TRABALHADORA

The documentary compiles several interviews done to domestic employees, factory workers and representatives from the government and the syndicates. It acts as a tool of debate used by the syndicates to transmit information and sensitize women about their rights.

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ANIMA_OIT_MÃE TRABALHADORA
ANIMA_OIT_MÃE TRABALHADORA

The interviewers talked about the necessity of the housekeepers having their own regime within the Social Security. Since it’s one of the most common professions in Mozambique, these women describe the obstacles they are facing as mothers and workers.

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ANIMA_OIT_MÃE TRABALHADORA
ANIMA_OIT_MÃE TRABALHADORA
ANIMA_OIT_MÃE TRABALHADORA

The premiere was held in Centro Cultural Franco-Moçambicano with the presence of the interviewed women and the representatives from the government and syndicates. After the screening, the themes of the documentary were discussed in an open debate with the audience.

ANIMA_OIT_MÃE TRABALHADORA
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