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  • Happy Easter to you all! Now we are having lessons online it's not the same that real school but we are doing everything possible. See you next year.
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  • I WOULD TAKE MY FAMILY

    CLASS 2 H GENOA
    Jan 2
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  • MEDIUM-sized. How to save your essence?
    And if it was the last day in the world and you had to move to a deserted island, what would you take with you?
    Nov 7 '19
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  • Hello everyone! :) I encourage you to take the proposal of your companion to Greek Eleni: exchange contacts, try to get to know you and enjoy this beautiful experience :)
    In the meantime, I leave you with a starting point of discussion: in the whole of Europe (and the world) is in the process of awareness-raising with respect to the drama of climate change: every Friday, thousands of young people are on strike for the climate, following the example of Greta Thunberg, candidate for the nobel prize for peace.
    Many scholars relate the issues of climate change and migration: are the natural disasters, the drought, the uncontrolled exploitation of natural resources that create war, poverty and inequality, and forcing people to migrate. In today's world, they say, has no sense to keep distinct the concepts of "economic migrant", "migrant political" and "migrant climate". Do you agree with this statement?
    Hello everyone! :) I encourage you to take the proposal of your companion to Greek Eleni: exchange contacts, try to get to know you and enjoy this beautiful experience :)
    In the meantime, I leave you with a starting point of discussion: in the whole of Europe (and the world) is in the process...See more
    May 29 '19
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    Apr 4 '19
    Nowadys, one of the causes of human migration is the so-called climate change. Even in the case those who emigrate because of political persecution or economic migrants the deeper cause of their migration may be a climate change.That is mainly the reason why we must not distinguish the different groups of immigrants.At present, anyone migrating on environmental grounds is in danger of remaining without legal protection. Some states have tried to identify solutions, but they are isolated cases. Sweden and Finland, for example, provide recognition of asylum or humanitarian protection to those who can not return to their country because of natural disasters. In 2008, Italy's Interior Ministry decided to suspend repatriation measures for Bangladesh citizens who lived illegally in the country in response to the crisis following Cyclone Siddar.Nowadys, one of the causes of human migration is the so-called climate change. Even in the case those who emigrate because of political persecution or economic migrants the deeper cause of their migra...See more
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  • Hello everyone!
    I would like to begin this last week of blogging by sharing a news item that relates to the Tremiti islands, where you meet in September. A few days ago a group of refugees landed on the island of Capraia. It is 18 iraqi kurds: 4 men, 5 women, 9 children (4 males and 5 females). A child is a paraplegic, a child has health issues (appears to have vomited blood), all the others are apparently in good health. Immediately they started isoccorsi with the police, harbour master and men of the Marlin Tremiti diving center of the island. The group of refugees that seems to come with a sailing boat set sail from Turkey, have been refreshed, visited by the medical staff of the “118” and hosted in the multipurpose Center of San Domino made available by the city.
    I think that's one point for reflection is important, given the theme of which you have spoken in the history and being the episode occurred precisely in the places where you "sbarcherete"
    Hello everyone!
    I would like to begin this last week of blogging by sharing a news item that relates to the Tremiti islands, where you meet in September. A few days ago a group of refugees landed on the island of Capraia. It is 18 iraqi kurds: 4 men, 5 women, 9 children (4 males and 5 females...See more
    May 29 '19
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  • Here are kurdish children landed on the island. They were welcomed with attention and readiness from the inhabitants of the island and taken care of by the services. In this photo you see them in front of one of the structures that will host our workshops in September.
    May 29 '19
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  • Eleni Kazou commented on Lorenza Della Pepa's status
    Quali effetti del cambiamento climatico vedete nella vostra vita di tutti i giorni?
    Apr 4 '19
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    Apr 4 '19
    Truly there are many ways in which climate change affects our daily lives.Glaciers and polar ice are melting and sea levels are rising. Record high temperatures, severe rainstorms and drought are becoming more common. To many, these changes may have seemed abstract a few years ago, but they are having significant impacts on humans today and are threatening to get worse in the future.Three key ingredients -- sunlight, warm air, and pollution from power plants and cars -- combine to produce smog in the air we breathe. Higher air temperatures increase smog.Also, disease-carrying insects, previously stopped by cold winters, are moving to higher atitudes, such from the equator toward North America.Moreover In some parts of the world,the ragweed pollen season is lasting longer because of rising temperatures linked to more carbon dioxide in the atmosphereTruly there are many ways in which climate change affects our daily lives.Glaciers and polar ice are melting and sea levels are rising. Record high temperatures, severe rainstorms and drought are beco...See more
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  • Lorenza Della Pepa commented on mare iosifidis's status
    Bună, Ciao, Alô!
    dear all, and especially our classmates from România, Italia, and Portugal,
    As of 21St of March, we've completed the short film Festival here in Kavala, Greece, with the participation of your teachers from your respective countries, and watched the short films each country produced(which were great, by the way!). Taking advantage of this first encounter that the Greek group had with the program's participant countries, I'd like to say that there's been a shared wish amongst the Greek students to get to know some of you guys before our final meeting in San Domino this September, and invite you all to talk with us on this platform, or other social media if you'd like. I am personally open to all of you to chat, and would love already knowing you upon coming together on the island. I will leave my social media below, as can the rest of the Greek team and anyone who'd like, of course, but we can just as well use Cyrano if you'd like!
    Good morning to you all.
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    Instagram: _moonchildmassacre
    Bună, Ciao, Alô!
    dear all, and especially our classmates from România, Italia, and Portugal,
    As of 21St of March, we've completed the short film Festival here in Kavala, Greece, with the participation of your teachers from your respective countries, and watched the short films each c...See more
    Mar 26 '19
    Hello everyone! I will share my social media accounts too. Facebook/Messenger: Eleni Kazou. Instagram: @helenkazou
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  • When you will be great and you will have a job you would like to stay in your State or would you like to go? Why?
    Mar 24 '19
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    Jan 10 '19
    When I will have a job I will stay in my country for several reason. First of all, I want to study law. Greek law differs from the Anglo-Saxon law and partly from the European law. In this case I will work in my country. Secondly, when someone leaves his country and works abroad he loses contact with his family and his friends. Furthermore, its difficult to adjust to your new daily life. When you leave your country you start your life from the beginning. Every country has diffrent traditions and daily routine, people think and behave diffrently. Someone who lives abroad will constantly feel diffrent, and thats something that other people will think about him. He will have to intergrate into a foreign country but he will stay a foreigner anyway. Moreover, It is believed that is good for people to stay in their country because in this way they help in their country's economic growth. And we can't forget that its very rare to find a country with the beautiful meditteranean climate of GreeceWhen I will have a job I will stay in my country for several reason. First of all, I want to study law. Greek law differs from the Anglo-Saxon law and partly from the European law. In this case I will...See more
    Jan 10 '19
    When I will be adult and have a job I will stay in my country because although the problems we face I want to try here, work here to face the difficulties. I wont give up. I will enjoy Greece's sun, history and I will be grateful!!!!!
    Mar 21 '19
    In contrary to my classmates' previous comments, I would very much hate to remain in Greece. That, not because I have necessarily a problem staying here, as I too can recognize that, in terms of culture at least, our country is very rich. I would classify this unwillingness to stay as my own need to explore new places, people, cultures and history. I'd hate to stay in one place in general, so I sure do hope that I get the opportunity to visit as many countries as I can, for however long, and truly become a citizen of the world instead of a pinpointed nation.In contrary to my classmates' previous comments, I would very much hate to remain in Greece. That, not because I have necessarily a problem staying here, as I too can recognize that, in terms of cultu...See more
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  • Do you know what it is, if it exists, the difference between smuggling of migrants and trafficking in human beings?
    Mar 21 '19
    in my opinion, the difference between the two lies in the apparent, drastical point which has trafficking being a kind of smuggling, but not the other way. smuggling, on one hand, is exactly what it sounds like; illegal passage of persons from one place to another, while trafficking involves exploitation, sexual or in the form labour, or even the organ market.in my opinion, the difference between the two lies in the apparent, drastical point which has trafficking being a kind of smuggling, but not the other way. smuggling, on one hand, is exactly what it s...See more
    Mar 21 '19
    Human trafficking is one of the most serious human rights violations of our modern world that brings high profits to traffickers through the acquisition and exploitation of human beings by improper means such as force, fraud or deception. Smuggling of immigrants involves the facilitation of illegal entry of a person into a state of which that person is not a national or resident, for financial or other material benefit. This is what differs smuggling of migrants from human trafficking. Human trafficking is a general term, whereas smuggling of immigrants is more specificHuman trafficking is one of the most serious human rights violations of our modern world that brings high profits to traffickers through the acquisition and exploitation of human beings by improper me...See more
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