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Human Lines

An other Ahmed

“Even if you don't arrive, you're however a winner,” so Ahmed says about the journey that changed him, forever.

THE DRAWINGS OF A LIFE

From the escape from his country to the daily life in Italy,
Tekle's drawings are narration, satire, witness.

Beyond the silence

Awet, 12 years old Eritrean, is deaf.

He was relocated in Cossato because here there is one of the best sign language schools.

A young mother

K. is a young Eritrean woman who has taken over the reins of her life.

Black coffee

Omar is an Eritrean teenager, Fabio the owner of a pastry shop in a small town in the deep north.

Theirs is the story of an unexpected friendship.

The Daze of Others

Danait, a young Eritrean, has a brilliant mind, speaks perfect Italian and has worked for UNHCR.

With her mother Saba, she arrives in Trivento, in Molise.

THE GREAT ESCAPE

Mohamed, a Somalian, arrives in Ragusa with his large family. At 13 years of age, he's the oldest of the children, and he's destined for a responsibility bigger than him.

“Io, molto fortunato”

"Me, very lucky"
Fitsum says that a lot, always so pleased with everything.
Perhaps because it comes from a past that is not so lucky.

An American Dream

In Bastia Umbra lives A., an Eritrean man who is blind.

He has two college degrees and he is in a hurry to become independent and dreams of going to America.

The Malo Team

Caritas of Vicenza and a group of over 20 volunteers, take charge of a young Eritrean family.