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3 years of TerminiTV

On April 25th 2015 TerminiTV was born, out of a group of 8 people with the goal of renewing the narration of usually stereotyped people: foreigners, travelers, migrants, expats.. who are all these people? Just people we meet everyday in a train station. Train stations are a symbol of a …

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Ismail the invisible homeless in Termini

Ismail regrets coming to Italy, from Tunisia. He says “it was the worst decision” of his life. Here he had an accident, one year ago, that left him unable to work. Alone and broke as he is, he spends most of his time in Termini railway station, looking for some …

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Worried about my future in Rome

“I’m a bit afraid about my future here in Rome”, Alina says. She came to Italy 16 years ago from the region of Moldavia, in Romania, and soon she will be officially a psychotherapist.  YMOBILITY is the first project to provide a comparative overview of the major youth mobility pathways …

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Storytelling in train stations: Umbria special

Today I joined a class called Sunrise film walk, organised by visual journalist Robb Montgomery  at the International Journalism festival in Perugia. Our task was to create a short video in half an hour, so I decided to go to the nearest railway station, Perugia Sant’Anna, where trains have been substituted by …

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Goodbye Rome, I go back to Bangladesh

For the Ymobility series, in collaboration with “La Sapienza” University. “The biggest obstacle here is bureaucracy, but I still will miss Rome, it’s become my home”, Bangladesh born Bikash tells us, “I have to marry back in Bangladesh now, and at this point it’s better I stay near my family, also …

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Citizenship for immigrants’ children? Or not?

Something is changing in Italy, finally. Up to now, Italian citizenship has been given based on the “ius sanguinis” rather than the “ius soli”, meaning that a descendant of an Italian who has never lived in Italy can apply for citizenship, while if you’re born in Italy, but from foreign …

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