Democratic, human rights, resistant, social, ecological
Conversations with people who opened doors and set out to change something.
A young woman who got a call while she was taking the baking tray with fragrant Christmas cookies out of the oven that the time had come and the sea rescue ship was ready for her mission.
A Sudanese, Egyptian business student who first had to make ends meet financially as a newspaper seller in Austria and reached for pen and paper to build a home for himself by telling stories.
A dancer who opens up new perspectives to get involved with others through her art.
15 interviews are collected in this book, each interpreted with a work of art by illustrators from Vietnam, Ukraine, Indonesia and other parts of the world.
A book with thoughts that continue, often angular and cheeky. It offers narratives and questions; it's about this world, about life and death; different traces of life ...
Scope: a little more than 200 pages, all in four colors
17x24 inch (slightly larger than usual book size)
The proceeds go to AFYA: People who have experienced war and flight are often burdened by the consequences of trauma. Symptoms such as anxiety and tension, concentration disorders, stress and sleep disorders make everyday life difficult for those affected.
The aim of AFYA is to enable refugee children, adolescents and adults to cope with their stress symptoms. www.afya.at