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    Manejo de redes sociales entre mayo y agosto de 2017 para Provene, una fundación venezolana que tiene como principal misión facilitar el acceso a… Read More
    Manejo de redes sociales entre mayo y agosto de 2017 para Provene, una fundación venezolana que tiene como principal misión facilitar el acceso a la justicia y la defensa de los derechos humanos. Read Less
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Since May and up to the present we have created content for the social networks of ProVene, a venezuelan foundation whose main mission is to facilitate access to justice and the defense of human rights. ProVene has volunteer lawyers who work free of charge to meet the needs of the people who need it the most.

What was our mission? Explain to our community in a simple and digestible way the news that marks the communicational agenda of Venezuela from the legal point of view and make known the services of the foundation for all those people that require them.



The speed with which new news emerges in Venezuela, requires that some content must be generated reactive outside the weekly content grid. We call these contents "Flash", because they highlight the speed of reaction to the news. Of course, we do them without leaving aside the analysis and the legal point of view. 



We all know that the number of political prisoners that should be in a democratic country is ≤ 0. Unfortunately,
 in Venezuela that is not the case and every time there are more. More than 600 political prisoners in our country and there are many cases that do not transcend because they aren't known since they are not politicians. For
 that reason, we created a campaign that gave visibility in our networks to very important cases that almost nobody knew, because in Venezuela you do not have to be a politician to become one of the hundreds 
of #PoliticalPrisioners.


When the government announced the creation of the National Constituent Assembly, it did not bother to inform the people about what was really behind that controversial measure. Therefore, ProVene asked us to create a presentation that would serve as an instrument to explain this directly and concisely to people in popular assemblies in different areas of the city.