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Fatima, a black Italian

In Italy if you’re black you’re automatically thought of as “non Italian”. It’s the case of Fatima, for example, who, despite being of Ivory Coast heritage, is sometimes treated as a foreigner. However, you just need to hear her speak to understand that she is 101% Italian, and that Italian doesn’t …

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Psychotherapy for migrations

Natale Losi is a psychotherapist who founded the mental health department of the International Organization for Migration in Geneva. We meet him in Termini, where he shares with us some insights about how social workers deal with traumas they hear from migrants. video: Fran Atopos  

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Italians in Germany: Dario from Berlin

There are almost 5 million Italians living abroad on a stable basis, that is, 8% of Italians are immigrants, especially to northern European countries like Germany, where they often benefit of social welfare too, by the way. It’s not the case of Dario, who owns a club in Berlin, after …

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Choosing a life: scientist or musician?

Edoardo is an astrophysics researcher, but he’s also a musician. We meet him in Torino Porta Nuova railway station, where he plays hang drum for us, along with his girlfriend Ekaterina dancing to his rhythm. After years working as a scientist, he’s wondering how he can combine his two passions, …

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Project Rome, donating food in Tiburtina station

Project Rome is a volunteer organization donating food to homeless and people in need near Tiburtina station, in Rome, the second biggest in Rome, and certainly not much better off than Termini. Every Tuesday, Project Rome brings quality food and conversation on a table near the station, where we went …

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Among the last standing No Tav activists

“Tav” stands for “high speed railway”, and here lies the first – intended – misunderstanding. The Tav actually has little to do with high speed, but rather with high capacity, in terms of freight trains. The idea for this construction, which comprises of a 57 km long tunnel between France …

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The only Chadian of Rome

Suleyman comes from Chad. He was a little over 17 when he arrived in Italy in the nineties, before I was even born. I meet him for the first time in front of his house. Which is practically around the corner from my house. How strange that I had never …

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