[00:07:19] Well you've also worked on a project in Jordan you visited direct emir or woman's cooperative correct.
[00:07:24] Yeah. And that was actually I mean it's beautiful it's just you have these communities of women who have either not been married or whose husbands have died and they find themselves in a society that doesn't value them. And this was an opportunity for them to create something that brings them energy it brings them income it brings them self-worth and value and they are seen by the society now as contributing members and they're happy and they're beautiful and they're so appreciative of being able to be useful and having something that they are be able to do to contribute to society essentially and then to have visitors come and actually appreciate it. There's a lot of pride there.
[00:08:05] Now you mentioned that there's not I mean like job opportunities in the area. Is that because of the pressures from their own family or is it just they're just not readily available or are they just not able to like it's not legal there's no legal for them to work.
[00:08:19] No it's not illegal for them to work it's just much more traditional and part of the culture that the man is the income there and the women without husbands or without brothers or fathers perhaps have less opportunities.
[00:08:36] Do you have any upcoming projects that you can share with us.
I am wrapping up a very long project called tribes on the edge. It's a film an impact campaign which started at the request of the indigenous tribes of the Jeff already territory in the present Amazon. Oh wow. You tell the world their story. They want the world to know that they exist and they want to live. The film will start screening at festivals and private screenings in April. The impact campaign includes education communication and action. All that's on the website and that's just one project. carry people on their backs.
[00:09:10] I have quite a few more but all too many to list too many to list.
[00:09:17] It definitely sounds like you are hitting the ground running. You have a lot of things in your pot which is really really good. What made you want to work with Twitter right.
[00:09:24] I think they're doing an awesome job. First of all I really believe in what they do. They wanted to create an authentic landscape on which they could speak about what they were doing before they actually talked about it.
[00:09:35] So where can people find more information about you and see what you're up to.
[00:09:38] They can go to my Web site slaine Cousteau dot com. It will lead them to many avenues of my work including cause centric dot org tribes on the edge dot com. And then my socials. I have to admit that I spent more time doing the work than talking about the work. So not everything's fully updated but it's relevant.
[00:09:58] Awesome. Thank you very much. It was great talking to Celine. Thank you so much. And like I say your YouTube videos an amazing amazing work you've inspired.
[00:10:06] Thank you David. While this was a pleasure and I certainly hope people will take some inspiration from this and feel empowered to do something.
[00:10:16] Well that's definitely convinced me. Thanks to Celine and her work as a tread right. And Kentucky Care's ambassador. If you've enjoyed this podcast please do rate share and subscribe so that you don't miss an episode. That's all for me. David Calderon. I'll see you next time.