Ex-Moi – A house belongs to who lives in it

A HOUSE BELONGS TO WHO LIVES IN IT Stories of Migration   Published on Medium and on billionBRICKS After 7 years of neglect following the 2006 Turin Winter Olympic Games,

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The Ambiguity of Being a Local – Stories of Migration

CITY LAYERS or THE AMBIGUITY OF BEING A LOCAL Stories of Migration     Published on Medium and on billionBRICKS     Each city receives its form from the desert

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A Roof Over Your Head or Ground Under Your Feet

 A ROOF OVER YOUR HEAD OR GROUND UNDER YOUR FEET The Adventures of Maggie Mee The higher your structure is to be, the deeper must be its foundation. Saint Augustine

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Holiday Refugees or Welcome to Trashland

HOLIDAY REFUGEES Welcome to Trashland from the Adventures of Maggie Mee As she lines up in the umpteenth queue to board the umpteenth means of transport that will bring her

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Profughi delle Vacanze

PROFUGHI DELLE VACANZE Dalle Avventure di Maggie Mee Esausta,
 Maggie
 Mee
 si
 mette
 nell’ennesima
 coda
 per
 imbarcarsi
 sull’ennesimo
 mezzo
 di
 trasporto
 che
 la
 portera’
 verso
 l’ennesima
 destinazione.
 Figa
 questa
 facilita’


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Climate Refugees – Interview to Michael Nash


This interview was conducted in occasion of the first edition of the Global Social Change Film Festival, which took place in Ubud, Bali on April 13 – 17 2011  

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I profughi delle catastrofi climatiche: intervista a Michael Nash

I profughi delle catastrofi climatiche: intervista a Michael Nash   Pubblicato su Greenews Per quasi un anno il regista Michael Nash ha viaggiato in oltre 40 paesi in tutto il

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Environmentally Displaced Migrants: when a name is not a status

Never before in the history of human kind has the population doubled in just forty years. Overpopulation is probably the factor that is multiplying the catastrophic effects of climate change,

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Refugees in Turin – Occupation

In October 2008 around 80 people with the status of political refugees occupied the Clinica San Paolo, a former private clinic located in Corso Peschiera 178 in Turin. The occupation

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Italie – Les réfugiés se rebiffent

En octobre 2008, environ 80 personnes ayant le statut de réfugié occupaient la Clinica San Paolo, une ancienne clinique privée située au Corso Peschiera 178 à Turin. L’occupation était organisée

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