At the grand opening of The Student Hotel Amsterdam City, 60 of the world’s most inspiring voices
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gathered for Bed Talks. And two of those 60 were Moyee Coffee Founder, Guido van Staveren van Dijk and Award-winning Photographer, Sebastian Gil Miranda. Nice way to be introduced but being surrounded by potential Nobel prize winners and true game changers it’s hard to not feel tiny. In an intimate hotel room setting I had the privilege to lay in bed with Sebastian. Sebastian Gil Miranda is an award-winning documentary photographer, born in France and based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His work focuses on humanitarian, environmental, cultural and social issues. His inspiring projects won numerous prizes. We spoke
about his project in one of the most dangerous slums Buenos Aires, Argentina with
two armed drug gangs fighting for control, leaving a death toll of dozens per month. Shoot Ball, Not Gun, is the name and the message of this series.
Children shoot the ball within the four walls of Father Pepe’se Chapel’s courtyard, but out there other shots reverberate. The children say that every night they hear fire shots; it has become part of their everyday lives. The foundation focuses its work in providing educational support and other tools through training courses and workshops. He took these pictures in the context of photographic classes he gave
as volunteer. The children who participated in these activities are between 6 to 11 years old and are, for the most part, involved in one of those two gangs, with parents, brothers and close friends imprisoned, killed, or somehow involved in drug trafficking networks. Activities at the center give them an alternative to keep away from a bleak future, which otherwise seems inescapable. I invited him
to come to Ethiopia to work with us on our Faces of FairChain
project that we kick started this year with Jan Hoek. Watch the video to see if he agreed https://youtu.be/RRaDtbI2PPE Live is Unfair and not a 1000 game changers can change that. But each can do his part. Small things like supporting the work of Sebastian or drinking our coffee. And remember.. try to have some fun as well. The Moyee team sure enjoyed the after party. Thanx to Dylan (makeamsterdam.com) who put our complete team on the guest list.