|Beteve returns to Nexes Interculturals, to experience first-hand the strength of the Migrantour Barcelona routes. A two-and-a-half-hour walk in which they talk about and visit places in the Raval loaded with interculturality, the fight against racism and neighbourhood resilience with our intercultural accompaniers.|
Mali explained the origin of her Nahua name, a decisive woman in the Conquest of Mexico, of her city as a point of arrival for Spanish refugees during the Franco regime and, above all, the intercultural richness of the Raval.
Emi exposed the great injustice experienced by many migrants or people who have completed their training outside of Spain and cannot validate it, for example, he is a psychologist and has been forced to retake the degree. In addition to approaching all the neighbourhood movements that the Agora Juan Andrés Benitez breathes.
Alberto summed up the essence of Migrantour Barcelona, social and solidarity tourism that puts migrants at the centre.
Two and a half hours of filming, learning, cuts and a beautiful experience that we will not forget.
A great pride to see the evolution of the participants and accompany them on that journey.
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