8 stories 8 faces from Lustenau

What you need to know about me: 8 stories 8 faces from Lustenau.
Eight young migrants between 13 and 17, living in Lustenau (Western Austria), have written a short story about their life. The main aim was to raise awareness for the diversity of our youth.
Even though they could choose any language, all of them chose German to express themselves. The stories are as diverse as the young people: it’s about holidays, future, home, war, growing-up, family & friends.
The results – professional portraits and the story – were exhibited and published in local media. 
 

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Communication of Local AuthoRities for INtegration in European Towns


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