Social and Human Sciences

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Cultural diversity

Tzintzuntzan. ©UNESCO 1957
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Tzintzuntzan

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This film shows the traditional life in the village of Tzintzutzan, on the shores of Lake Patzcuaro (Michoacan state, Mexico). It also looks at the changes introduced by experts from international organizations such as CREFAL (Regional Centre for Basic Education in Latin America), the ILO (International Labour Organization) and the FAO (UN Food and Agriculture)

Place/Country: Mexico
Series: INA-UNESCO collection
Type: Documentary
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Credits: Lucien Parizeau, director ; Francine Van de Wiele, director. Rex Keating, participant. Centro Regional de Educación Fundamental para la América Latina (CREFAL), producer. UNESCO, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: Centro Regional de Educación Fundamental para la América Latina (CREFAL); UNESCO

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