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CALL TO PARTICIPATE

CALL TO PARTICIPATE

Cultural and economic migrants are invited to share their story and problems of integration in the new country, to contribute to the European Edinost. A call to those who have emigrated to another European country to look for a job, especially those who had not studied in the hosting country...
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The loss of the Loss- Interviewing the artist PAULA URBANO

The loss of the Loss- Interviewing the artist PAULA URBANO

AM: I believe that sometimes when we migrate, we need to create a second self, a version of ourselves that fits better in the new country. I started to question in which measure this is right or not. I am collecting stories of people who migrated to get to know what they did to become...
The hour off

The hour off

Make a career of humanity M.L.King Jr And I guess one of the great agonies of life is that we are constantly trying to finish that which is unfinishable. We are commanded to do that. And so we, like David, find ourselves in so many instances having to face the fact that our dreams are...

YVONNE in Bruxelles

  It’s strange, the first thing that comes to mind – I don’t’ think much about what I miss – it’s a communication barrier, I think a little bit. It’s the British sense of humor, it’s the way back home you bond with people very easily. To have a kind of understanding that practically everything...
DANIEL in Bruxelles

DANIEL in Bruxelles

It’s true that someone migrates to another county to improve something about life, economics, maybe education, and culture situation. One migrates also for the tales of friends who have migrated before. In my country, we think about Spain as the country of the dreams where you earn a lot on money, where you can also...

ANNA in Bruxelles

  I don’t see things anymore as this is the way things are, but just, this is a possibility versus this is how you can understand it. I think that was one challenge and the other challenge, or the other thing I had to adapt was to make a much bigger effort than what I...