Nearly 70 million people have fled far from their countries because they were persecuted there because of their race, religion, nationality, political views, social group, gender, or sexual orientation.

The Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid (CEAR) defends the right of asylum and offers protection to refugees since 1979. The exhibition “CEAR, 40 years of refuge” reflects the work done so far by the organization. The exhibition includes the screening of the animated short film “Refuge” and a chronology with the most relevant moments in the history of asylum in Spain made by Making DOC.


Original title: Exhibition “CEAR, 40 years of refuge”
Production: Making DOC – CEAR
Written and Directed by: Silvia Venegas
Producers: J.A. Moreno y Silvia Venegas
Animation:  The Glow Animation Studio
Music: Óscar López Plaza
Edition: Agustín Serna

Materials created: Animation “Refuge” and Chronology “CEAR, 40 Years of Refuge”
Length: 3 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
Language:  Spanish

Exhibition place: CaixaForum Madrid
Country: Spain
Year: 2019