First and second generation migrants talk about their personal experiences as newcomers to Sardinia.
Kawtar is a 24 year old student of International Relations of Moroccan origin. She arrived in Sardinia with her mother and sister when she was 5 years old to join her father. For her, being a second generation migrant means having two cultural backgrounds. Recently, she joined the association “Arcipelago Sardegna” which networks with local entities and associations in the region to support second generation immigrants.
Amal was born in Morocco and grew up in Sardinia. She tells the journey of learning a new language, renewing her administrative documents untill finally obtaining her citizenship. Today, she feels part of Sardinian society, which she considers her home..