USAM presents exhibition on human rights

USAM students present different human rights issues through photographs. photo VD.

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The Faculty of Business Sciences through the Chair of Photography II, inaugurated this day the photographic exhibition called “Human rights”.

Among the topics addressed were the rights to a decent life, to drinking water, freedom of expression, press, culture and rest. “I really liked the event, because I was able to present my best photographs visually communicating human rights.


For me, As a student, it is important that these spaces are given to know and recognize the rights that we all have and thus defend their compliance when they are violated”, expressed Emerson Cerros, student USAM.

The objective of the exhibition was to expose human rights from different perspectives and at the same time have a contact with the social context that the country lives. Photo: CEO.

As well, Patricia ramos, Coordinator of Business Sciences in the Bachelor's degrees in Social Communication and Technician in Advertising highlighted that within the professional training process, have a contact with reality, becomes important to develop all your students.

Likewise, the photographic exhibition was held at the USAM Culture Center, with a duration of three days, of the 18 al 20 October.

Video: CEO.

Among the attendees were the dean of the Faculty of Business Sciences; Lic. Edwin flores, the coordinator of the Communications Careers; Lic. Patricia ramos, the Governor of Cuscatlán; Eduardo Alas.

In the professional training process it is important to have contact with reality. Photo: CEO.