Tag Archives: Italy

The patience and art of weaving a village

By Brunilda Pali Reading about and thinking of the fascinating and important work of our action researchers in Northern Ireland, Serbia, Austria and Hungary, an amazing encounter came to mind: a meeting with a small woman of great worth, the … Continue reading

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‘They look at the world and others without any prejudice’

By Erika Magyar My family has an Italian style of life with sometimes smaller, sometimes bigger conflicts. Now that my sisters and I have left our parents’ house, the quarrels have ceased and we spend the weekends in a relaxed … Continue reading

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