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Human Lines

Human lines

Stories and analysis

Human Lines is a study and story portal on the encounters between different worlds, through stories of people who move and others who cross their paths.
Beginning with the analysis of the Humanitarian Corridors model and then expanding to other contexts relating to migration, our intent is to help understand the complexity of this process and give meaning to it.

Line by line

Middle East in Brescia

The Madany family, Syrian, arrived a few months ago via the Humanitarian Corridor from Jordan. Mama Reem and Aya, the eldest daughter, opened the doors to us in the Middle Eastern way.
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TOYBA TAKING OVER

At Wassie and Toyba's house a year later, we find a woman who is no longer afraid of appearing
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Beyond the line

What solidarity for Afghanistan?

What is actually moving behind the emotional and media wave? What fate for recent and non-recent Afghan refugees? We asked for the opinion of Caritas Italiana
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Encounters

ENCOUNTERS FIRST ISSUE

Let's to know the story of Muguleta Haybano through his direct telling of the challenges he had to face in order to integrate into American society and what his desire is, once he graduated from the master's degree. Interview by Abigail Helme and Theresa Salazar
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WHY ENCOUNTERS?

Encounters will be a space dedicated to projects by students and teachers, grappling with the direct experience of the encounter and the story of the "other".
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Inclusive cities

INCLUSIVE CITIES, A NATURAL COMBINATION WITH HUMAN LINES

Imagine a university class composed of about thirty students connected by 12 cities in the South Hemisphere. A classroom that bridges the world. Behind every screen, a life that flows. This is the story which Human Lines will seek to tell through the publication of the various projects that have come to life in Inclusive Cities
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HUMAN LINES PRESENTS INCLUSIVE CITIES

Thanks to the words of Professor Silvia Serreli, its creator, we begin to know INCLUSIVE CITIES, project that opens a debate on the effects of the mass movement of people and cultures in the processes of urban and territorial transformation.
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Stories

An other Ahmed

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

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