I hear you
I hear you and you are my Brother
Applying all learned biographic methods we can have a correct approach to different migrant and minorities groups which is not an easy task. They help us a lot in our work for social inclusion.
Each person is a universe. The stories we have heard demonstrated human strength, good will and hope.
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Why this story is important
All those people are survivors and we can learn a lot from them because every day we are fighting with something and their courage is impressive. They learn us to be brave, kind, supportive, to respect others and help because everybody could be at their place. The most important message all those people send to us is: don’t give up! Hold on! Go on!


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