The European project "From me to EU" welcomes 30 participants from the city of Zaragoza in a workshop on the reception of migrants in Spain.
This workshop brought together people from different fields (families, youth centers, social workers) to reflect on how migrants are welcomed in Zaragoza, especially in neighborhoods where the immigration rate is higher.
This workshop is part of "From me to EU", a strategic project funded by the "Europe for Citizens" program of the European Commission. The project aims to exchange good practices between countries to reflect and exchange strategies for the effective inclusion of migrants.
In this case, in the workshop that has been held in Zaragoza, fictitious life stories created by the participants have been used to imagine the migration process of a person from the moment they leave their country of origin until it ends living in Spain
This video shows the result of one of the four working groups of the workshop, who have imagined the story of Daniela, a fictional character who left Yemen fleeing the war and ended up with his family living in Seville.
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