Today, on International Women’s Day 2019, we launch our short documentary film, highlighting the work of the charity Meninadanca in Brazil. One of our lead artists; Sophie Meseg and filmmaker Emily Hatter, have travelled to Brazil to collaborate with the charity and paint murals on two of their famous ‘pink houses’.
The Meninadanca pink houses are situated along a stretch of land known as the ‘Exploitation Highway’, the BR-166, which is arguably the worst highway in the world for child exploitation. The documentary highlights some of the issues facing young females and families in the area and shines a light on the incredible work Meninadanca do within the community.
We are incredibly proud of this project, we hope you will watch the video, share it with your friends and help us raise awareness for the charity.
We are committed to giving continued support to the charity by raising money for its on-going work. To donate, visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sophie-meseg1
100% of funds raised will go to the charity.
To find out more about Meninadança, please visit www.meninadanca.org