The Colombian city of Cartagena boasts delightful beaches and UNESCO world heritage status. But behind the gloss lie the slums. In 1997, dancer and choreographer Álvaro Restrepo founded a school of modern dance, the Colegio de Cuerpo, in one of them. It offers young people an alternative to drugs and violence.
Not only a lifeline for many teenagers, it's now one of Colombia’s most prestigious dance schools.