El Faro

En el último capítulo de Sueños de agua y sal escuchamos las voces de las personas que han guiado a los protagonistas hasta su destino.

¿Qué es de la vida de Nahla y Nadima?, ¿qué consiguió Asha tras su promesa? ¿qué hay de real en esa conversación entre tres hermanos en un restaurante de la costa?, ¿cuál es la situación de Faten y su familia en la actualidad?, ¿qué labor realiza Zale en la asociación OMSIDA?

Una producción sonora para Sphera Podcast Contest ofrecida por Marta Villarte y Aurora Martínez. Escucha el desenlace de esta historia en el capítulo 6, disponible en Europod y plataformas de streaming.

En este capítulo han puesto su voz: Aurora Martínez, Marta Villarte, Miguel Remiro, Khadiya Afkir, coordinadora del área social de Kifkif, Asha Ismail, fundadora de Save a Girl Save a Generation, Vanessa Casado, abogada experta en situaciones de trata con fines de explotación sexual, Jancho Barrios y Montse Marín, presidente y educadora PAR de OMSIDA Zaragoza. Natalia Alcalde, portavoz del grupo de Ayuda a Refugiadxs de Zaragoza. Música original por Camille, interpretada por Raquel Sanz y Miguel Remiro.

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