The Canarian writer, journalist and inventor Alberto Vázquez-Figueroa will speak to Íñigo Alfonso in another session of Conversations at the Fundación. Characterised by his intense and multi-faceted professional life, Vázquez-Figueroa grew up in the Sahara Desert, where he was in contact with the Bedouins. He has worked with Jacques Cousteau on his scuba diving missions and as a war correspondent in Africa and America. He has written over 60 novels, including Tuareg, Ébano and the sagas Óceano and Cienfuegos, several of which have been made into films.
To conclude, Íñigo Alfonso will ask Alberto Vázquez-Figueroa to come up with three proposals that, in his opinion, may help to improve society. The conversation will be accompanied by the projection of videos and images relating to our guest’s career.
This session will be streaming on Channel March: www.march.es/directo/?l=2