Just as school brought my great love, the European Union gave me the chance to give something to my community. In 2005 I started working in projects supporting the social inclusion of disadvantaged groups. The school in my community was involved and they needed a school mediator. They chose me
Many times, life happens in a way that you did not want, ask for or expect. And sometimes, it can be the better way. We rarely get the chance to make our lives exactly like we want it, but it doesn't mean that it can't be good for us.
I had never felt as I had an specific role or place in which I belonged. Regardless of how many hobbies and activities I tried out, I couldn't find "my thing". That was until I unintentionally found volunteering.
When I was 19, I moved to Venice for my bachelor's degree and I started to study Philosophy, International Studies, and Economics. It is an interesting degree mix of these three majors. Also within the first few days I had met nice people and had a friend group. We started
This story is about my journey about living in Venice. In this story, I mentioned how my life changed after moving to Venice? , I realized my passion for art in Venice. The environment had a huge effect on this. This story is important to me because moving to another
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
My delicious memories – Story from Fuad
I am a migrant from Lebanon. My name is Fuad. Although the Bulgarian people are friendly to the Arab people sometimes they ask me – why are you not in your country to help the community? I always explain I like my country, the