BIRTH

'Birth means the world' is the title of our first documentary series. It is made of short audiovisual stories about different aspects of the birth, which show individual experiences and diverse professional knowledge.
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    Ways of being born, ways of living María Luisa Becerra explains how the way we are born affects our personality and, how through breathing, we can recognise and process emotions that dominate us.
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    Doulas: maternity angels A doula is a woman who accompanies and supports another during her perinatal period (pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum). In a training session of doulas, we talked to a mother, a doula, a pediatrician and a psychologist.
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    On the indigenous trail: Childbirth and ancestral parenting Laura Nuñez is an anthropologist. She teaches courses and conferences on parenting in different cultures. In this interview she gives an interesting overview of a not vey known topic.
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    Milk Child José Luis Samaniego was breastfed by a wet nurse. He tells what she meant to him.
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    A male midwife's tale Just and Carlos are two young men who decided to work as midwifes. They share their experiences and thoughts about an activity they consider as a privilege.
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    Mum's drawings Glòria Vives is both a mum and an illustrator. She drew her experience of motherhood among lights and shadows.
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    The image of the man in labour What is the role of the father at the time of childbirth? Gerard Vilardaga, photographer, decided to explore it.
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    Umbilical self-portrait Ana Alvarez-Errecalde is an artist and mother of three. During one of her pregnancies, she had a recurring dream. She had the need to capture the image of her dream in a picture after giving birth. And she did.
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    Invisible Babies Perinatal deaths have decreased a lot during the past decades. However, they still exist. Ana Pérez and Noelia Sánchez have experienced a mourning that nobody is prepared for.
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    Activism in the labour ward Jesusa Ricoy is a 'matriactivist'. She stands up for the women's right to choose how they want to dive birth and against obstetric violence.
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