RISG@

RISG@

(In progress)

Unemployment and several social problems like racism and drugs because of inequality impply the lack of opportunities in such a way that many people are forced to live on the streets or, in a better case, to subsist with RISGA (Income for Social Integration of Galicia), a benefit that it is not enough to cover basic goods.

Along this project, I have been able to differentiate four ways of life  among people who are in a situation of social exclusion:

a) People who have a RISGA, an insufficient public help.

b) People who sleep on the street, despite the cold winters on the North.

c) Carrilanos, those who change cities constantly, to be able to spend the night in a shelter as they cannot spend more than a few nights in a row in the same shelter.

d) Okupas.

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RISG@

Functional diversity

Functional diversity

(Coming soon)

The latest statistical study in force by the INE, which dates from 2007, says that in Spain there are 3.8 million people with disabilities. Which at that time it was almost 9% of Spain population.

The country is far away from being accessible and adapted. The problems that this percentage of the population and their environment face each day are innumerable.

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Functional diversity

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