Since 2011, 300 persons used to live in an abandoned factory in Barcelona, called "la Nave de Puig Cerda". Living conditions were very hard, no water, an alternating electrical system, precarious housing and work. This place looked like an african village, with its shops, restaurants recylcing iron areas ect..... But in 2013 the factory owner sent an eviction notice to the inhabitants. They started to fight for their rights, a better life and housing, identity cards, work and dignity. I went to this place as colaboratrice of a documentary project started a year before by Sebastian Gomez, freelance photographer. We made a short video about this chapter of Barcelona's history.