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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

THE HUMAN LINES EXHIBI, AVAILABLE TO COMMUNITIES

It is called “Anatomy of a welcoming”, and it's the result of four years of research and story telling. 36 photo panels, texts and audio to describe the complexity and reflect.
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The Human Factor 2 blog is on line !

Almost 5 months have passed, and we are finally ready.It was an exciting journey, though not an easy one Nevertheless, we did it: The Human Factor 2 blog is finally online.
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Conclusions

THE ANATOMY OF WELCOMING: ITINERANT AND ONLINE EXHIBITION

Four years of study and storytelling, in pills of photos, texts, audio, insights. The conclusions of the research and work of Human Lines, in an exhibition made available to communities and territories, as well as in its web version, now online.

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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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Beyond the line

THE RIGHT TO ASYLUM REPORT 2021

Published "The right of asylum. Report 2021. " With the 2021 edition, the Migrantes Foundation reaches its fifth edition of the report dedicated to the world of asylum seekers and refugees. photo by Alessandro Mamo
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Encounters

ENCOUNTERS EIGHT ISSUE

Sofia, a health care worker, wife, mother, immigrant, recalls her experiences migrating to the United States from Brazil as an undocumented migrant. After facing hardship, peril, and prejudice, she has created a life for herself through caring for others, and after 10 years, has finally been able to obtain citizenship. Text and interview by the student Jacqueline Glago of International Scholar Program (ISPI)
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ENCOUNTERS SEVENTH ISSUE

On this new issue of Encounters, with Prof. Desierto, we explore the challenging balance between hard and soft power, with respect to states and international organizations. Text and interview by the student Catharina Brunner Lopez of International Scholar Program (ISPI)
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Encounters: the importance of witnessing.

In my research work at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies I have had the pleasure of working with dozens of brilliant and eager to learn students. Some of them are part of the International Scholar Program (ISPI) whose purpose is to support the research work of the institute and of the professors in their particular research projects. Here in Encounters we present some contributions by Jacqueline Glago and Catharina Brunner Lopez who, thanks to the ISP program, have contributed to Human Lines with translations, editing and stories.
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