Among Suns and Moons

20 Apr 2015

It is founded and nourished on the permanent investigation, the work and encounter of professionals, academics, social organizations and states about the migratory issue and human mobility.  The objectives is to give alternatives offering different points of view about the matter, and try to conceptually communicate, in symbiosis with other disciplines, adding to the construction of a more balanced and fair society. This work has been done since 2006.

The issue is revised, analyzed and consolidate with tools that come from the participation in forums, seminaries, meetings and camp-work; talking into account the multiplicity of disciplines, knowledge, experiences and stories emerged from different points of view. We count with the support of national, regional and international agreements, as well as the norms that allow us to create our own conception of the issue to consolidate the perception and knowledge that Among Suns and Moons possesses about these imaginaries and realities of the migrant world.

In this sense, we work from the information, communication and creation of content that come up from the individual and collective, to raise awareness through creative proposals. This expands the mind and allows us to look at ourselves and recognize each other, in our self-wealth and potentialities contained in the material and immaterial values of heritage that we all carry and that add knowledge and identity signs.

The human being will continue in that going, coming, arrive and departure; proper of the nature that impulses to investigate and explore beyond its own territory. Movement that allows transmitting, recreating and multiplying factors which enrich and affect one and the others.


Entre Soles y Lunas se fundamenta en la comunicación;  promueve proyectos destinados a intervenir positivamente en las personas desde las causas y consecuencias de las migraciones.



Seminarios & Actividades

Seminarios Actividades

27 September 2018


23 August 2018


03 July 2018

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