Chamwil originates from Cameroon and has been living in Italy for two and a half year.
The story tells about my journey from Libia to Italy, and then about my life in Italy. At the end, I express the desire of something I would like to have in my future. Through my story, I want to spread a message to all migrants that are waiting for their documents in refugee camps: be patient.
Katleen is Colombian and moved first to Spain and later to Italy. She has been living for six months in Italy.
It is a story that shows that even in simple things you can find something to tell. It was just a day while a girl was waiting for her boyfriend, and a whole story came. There are the elements of reality like the blue dress, the waiting girl and the late guy, (in the story I decided to give a more decisive ending, he does not come), all this to show that you can tell a story of everything, that sometimes we also become the story.
Mamadou has grown up in Guinea and is now living in Italy.
Omar, a young boy from Guinea Conakry, is dreaming of becoming a singer and a traveller. After the death of his father, he couldn’t stay anymore and decided to escape from his country. He went on a difficult journey and travelled for more than two years.
Now, at the age of 15, he has eventually arrived in Italy and started a new life in Palermo. He is studying and hast started to play theatre and music. His role model in his life is Thomas Sankara.
He wants to spread a message to all African young people migrating to Europe: Have patience and hope. Tomorrow will be a better day!