….. I have even planned my whole future as I was 12: just keep doing what you’re doing and go to university, become an English teacher, get a wife, then have 3 children and live happily ever after….
I have never planned to leave Poland. I made a miserable baby-sitter, a little better au-pair for an elderly lady and a pretty good waitress. And I got lucky: ……. Funny how life plays out.
In Gambia there were problems so I had to leave. I went to Libya and stayed there for seven months. Then I run away from there and come to Italy by boat.
Here you can read our book
These stories are not produced by fertile brains, they are true stories written by life itself. Determined by human conduct, life has created a lot of unlikely scenarios which are told in emotional but at the same time surprisingly rational ways. Reading them, we are reminded what is needed to live a happy life. Although all of the stories are about suffering a horrible fate, they are filled with positive energy. Is it enough to make the world a better place? You might try to find the answer in this book.
The metal art object “The European ABC” with the words chosen by all students, designed by the Arts Department of the Spanish school, manufactured by the Metal Department of the German school. It expresses the hopes of young people for Europe. Here you can see the history of the metal tree “The European ABC”.
Final video summarizing our meetings.