In 2017, there was a political problem, a dictatorship, the people had no voice, there was no freedom of expression.
Senegal, Mali, Burkina, Niger, Libya, Italy
A good question! I don’t know because the journey was not planned. I wanted to go somewhere safe, somewhere that respected human rights.
Opening myself up to others, telling them what I had experienced as a personal life. It was difficult to communicate with others but with time I recovered. Even at school it was difficult to speak, not because I couldn’t speak, but because I felt closed, a bit shy. I didn’t want to speak in class and feel eyes on me.
I can speak about Palermo, there are pros and cons. The good things are that the place is very welcoming and used to migrants because there has been a multicultural community for 30 years. Even from day one you manage to integrate.
I go to the gym, do sports (running, playing football) something that doesn’t make me think about stress.
I would like to graduate, I am studying economic development and international cooperation and migration. I would like to work for an NGO.
People who come here always have legal priority so information about the legal situation. It’s also a health issue because if you haven’t done anything you get a psychological disorder. Because in Europe to do anything you need a document.
My mum’s lunch.