Afghanistan
Sharing a Moment with Playful Encounters
The Day was filled with encounters of women with different backgrounds, stories and personalities. We connected through our openness to share that with each other without fear because it felt like a safe space. We shared some small stories about our lives, wrote poems, did some theater exercises and danced..
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Small Reasons To Be Happy
By writing this story, I want to express that in remote villages, in the absence of facilities, there are little things that can cause great happiness. All the people in that small remote community are always ready to help and cooperate with each other, and there's happiness. Everyone shares and
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Imagine!
My project is about how I want to the world to be in the future. The title is Imagine!, it's a reference to the song by John Lennon. I would liket to imagine there will be a better place for everyone, with less war and more empathy. A safe place
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I am still there
I remember sleeping under the trees in the front of our home
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My journey
everything was different than what I expect
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Meet our refugees
Ali shares his story of travelling from Afghanistan to Greece, the conditions he met when he first arrived and how is the situation with his adaptation now.
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I AM WHAT I AM
Ali describes in his short written story what does Europe mean to him
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Interviewing Khalida Popal
Khalida Popal is the former captain of the Afghan women football team. She fleed from Afghanistan many years ago, due to death threats. Today she is involved in projects for Afghanistan and women, thanks to her organization Girl Power. Andrea Ciantar (Storie di Mondi Possibili) and Simone Di Stefano (US
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The story of Khalida Popal
Khalida Popal is the former captain of the women's national football team of Afghanistan. Sport has been for Khalida, since her childhood, a way to defend women's rights. In 2021 she had to flee Afghanistan, because her life was in danger, as an activist. She took refuge in Denmark, where
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The Emergency
This is a true story about migration and survial that someone told me while waiting in a bus station. While he has describing to me his life, his bus came. I never saw him again.
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