Bru Rovira, writer, freelance journalist
Involved in the monitoring of development and humanitarian projects, he works for several newspapers on social and international issues. He won the first Miguel Gil Moreno prize and was awarded the famous Ortega y Gasset prize for journalism for his articles published in La Vanguardia on the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
For « Jobs changing lives », he wrote the text that accompanies the two publications Journal of the Land and Journal of the Sea.
Alfredo Cáliz, photographer
He collaborates with Spanish and international magazines and media. His photographs have been published in El País Semanal, New Yorker, Guardian, Financial Times, New York Times, and Vanity Fair. His work has been widely exhibited in Spain and Morocco and has been acknowledged with several awards including the Notodofotofest 2007 and the Unicef Award for best reporting in 2006.
For « Jobs changing lives », he followed and photographed the training, the work sites, the family life and the positive transformations of the beneficiaries and their close relatives for 3 years.
Pascale Féghali, anthropologist and filmmaker
Pascale Féghali teaches at the Institute of Scenic and Audiovisual Studies (IESAV) at the University of Saint-Joseph in Beirut, and is an associate researcher at the Institut Interdisciplinaire d’Anthropologie du Contemporain (IIAC) at the CNRS in France and at the Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Culturelle et Sociale (LACS) at the University of Lausanne. She trained with the French ethnologist and filmmaker Jean Rouch.
For « Jobs changing Lives », she accompanied the lives of women and men trained in the construction and fishing trades for several days.