EYE SEE Argentina was held in the town of Comandancia Frias in March 2013. It was the first EYE SEE workshop focusing on the children of an indigenous community living in the region.
There are 30 different groups of indigenous peoples in Argentina※1, and the communities of these people face various serious problems including hunger, malnutrition,
lack of drinking water, a low school enrollment rate, health issues, poor housing conditions, lack of drinkable water, health problems, poor housing conditions, unstable employment, social and cultural conflicts, degradation of the native forest, and biodiversity loss.
Under such conditions, 17 Wichí children participated in the EYE SEE photo workshop held in the lush greenery of Comandancia Frias, located in the northern part of Argentina. The project aimed to encourage the children to get actively involved in society by making scenes from their everyday life into photographs and having their opinions heard in the world.