Since 2004, Sarah works at association Génériques (Paris) where she coordinates different local / European projects and is connected to different cultural and historical networks dealing with the heritage, history and memory of migrations and refugees. She studied French Language and Literature, but specialized in French as foreign language. She was teaching French to foreign people en Paris. And from 1999 to 2003, she moved to Egypt and Syria to coordinate educational programs in the French cooperation.
To be in Ljubljana, first implies trying to understand where we are and what it means when we use the terms of migrations, history of migrations, immigration, refugees, and Europe, from both historical and contemporary perspectives. What is the situation here in 2018, after the exceptional...