Norma Rivera holds the portrait of her daughter Shirley. She disappeared in 2017.
Rosario and Carlos Rodríguez hold the portrait of Solsiret. Their...READ ON
Rosario and Carlos Rodríguez hold the portrait of Solsiret. Their daughter disappeared in 2016. [Update: In February 2020, Public Ministry managed to follow the investigation. Solsiret was found dead in the house of the girl friend of her brother in law. Today, Solsiret parents are lookig for justice. Brother in law and ex girld friend are in jail for 9 month, until the prosecutor will present his accusation]
Alberta Huaraca and her two daughters, Tefany and Blanca, hold the portrait...READ ON
Alberta Huaraca and her two daughters, Tefany and Blanca, hold the portrait of Yanet, daughter and sister. She disappeared in 2017.
The family of Estefany Diaz Acosta and her two daughters, Yamile and Tatiana,...READ ON
The family of Estefany Diaz Acosta and her two daughters, Yamile and Tatiana, hold the portrait of their relatives. They disappeared in 2016.
Desaparecidas (Disappeared women), 2018, is an interactive documentary project about machismo in the Peruvian state and the lack of protocols in order to look for disappeared women in a country with a high level of femicide. It is also a project about the fight of four families in order to find the truth about where are their daughter, sister, or friend. Families have to face obstacles and machista comments at the police station, prosecutors or judges. They have to deal with a police and justice system not prepared to search for their relatives.
This project has been published in Radio Programas del Peru in 2018 in an interactive documentary. It was a finalist in 2018 at the Digital Media Latin America Awards of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers. In 2019, it won third place in the web photography category at the Picture of The Year LATAM contest (POY LATAM). In 2020, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology included the project in the DOCU BASE of the Open Documentary Lab.
Team: Investigation: Rocío Romero, Ana Bazo, Audrey Cordova. Photograph and editor: Audrey Cordova. Developper, designer and user experience: Martín Vuelta, Pedro Petit.