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Associazione Vie D’Acqua – Floating Chat With Marco Bonfante

The Po is swimmable. So begins my river chat with Marco Bonfante, co-founder of the Associazione Vie d’Acqua, born three years ago thanks to a lucky meeting of intentions, personal and professional, with his partner and friend, Marco Borrelli. “I presented my project to the Metropolitan City of Turin for a speech to support the […]

Travelling (By Bike) With Brina – Interview To Sabrina Steriti

Today, HUMANS paints itself with the colors of nature and brings on board a special protagonist, Sabrina Steriti. A plant-based self-taught chef and content creator (you can find her on Instagram and YouTube), who takes care of everything concerning a healthy and natural diet, and a lifestyle with low environmental impact! What is plant-based? How […]

Forgiveness Hurts More Than Revenge: Life Imprisonment – Interview to Carmelo Musumeci

Today’s protagonist is Carmelo Musumeci, writer, graduated in Law, Prison Law and Philosophy. In his first dissertation, “Living life imprisonment”, he writes: “I was sentenced to life imprisonment. They didn’t want to punish me, they wanted to destroy me: lifelong imprisonment goes against nature. […] The sentence of life imprisonment is not a deterrent, it […]

Progetto ABITO: Social Inclusion, Sustainability and Feminism – Interview to Elisa Valenti

The intensive use of natural resources, the waste of materials, the difficulty of ensuring material recycling, the labour exploitation and human rights violations, all these factors have made the fashion industry one of the most polluting overall. The dominant model of textile industry follows a violent and vicious process characterised by exploitation, overproduction and waste. […]

The Balkan Route: What Civil Society Can Do – Interview To Adna Camdzic

The first time I met Adna’s sweet and witty eyes, we were at University, in the same classroom with Mihaela, one of the precious protagonists of HUMANS… I have always admired her resourcefulness at lesson and the ability to work in group, discreetly drawing the trajectory that would lead everyone else to a good result. […]

In Mente Itaca: Human Rights Through Non-Formal Education – Interview to Ayoub Moussaid

In October 2019, I began my internship adventure at the Centro Studi Sereno Regis in Turin.I remember that period with a bit of melancholy.A beautiful one, not nostalgic, in which I find myself often.It was all so different, I was different.That experience certainly contributed to my personal growth and gave me a lot.And among the […]

World Tour Confined: Socialize Despite the Distance – Interview to Edwin Bezier

During these months, the term “social distancing” has become part of our daily language. We heard about it every day, referring to the measures adpoted in order to cointain the infection. And we have abused it, at times, using it more broadly, as if to exorcise the motivations that determined its tragic fame, thus also […]

Citizenship As Political, Social And Civil Commitment – Interview to Mihaela Iacob

Mihaela is a young woman and recent graduate in International Sciences at the University of Turin. I bear in mind her sweet smile, the brilliant speeches she used to make during class and the lighthearted conversations at the Luigi Einaudi Campus Cafè. And that’s where I met her, a dynamic and fascinating place, in whose […]

Croatia: On The Path To Schengen – Interview to Marin Belak

I met Marin Belak three years ago. It was a warming winter afternoon and I was going to attend my very first class of Slovenian. Despite my obvious difficulties in learning that sweet and melodious language, I totally felt at ease in that room. Welcomed in an embrace of support and mutual admiration. We had […]