Not every trip is the same. Some of us travel for pleasure, to get to know new cultures, to learn a different language or even for love. But Prince's trip was different, it was not planned, he did not consult guides or search for information on the internet: one day he found himself fleeing from the war, from rape. In his journey, he encountered abuse, discrimination, institutional racism, and gender violence. But it was also a learning experience, he learned the resilience and strength necessary to overcome the adversities he had to face, to reach a place where he could live in peace.
Augustin Prince keeps fighting so that he may find his way and eventually reach his dreams. One of those dreams is recorded within these pages: his story, told in the first person, is the story of thousands of people who every year try to find a place they can call “home”.
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Written by the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid
Illustrated by Rami Abbas
Collection: Out of Series
Size: 13 x 21 cm
(Price without VAT €14.38)
The Spanish Commission for Aid to Refugees, CEAR, has been defending the right to asylum and human rights since 1979, promoting the integral development of refugees who have been fleeing war conflicts or violations of human rights, asylum seekers, stateless persons and migrants. in need of international protection and/or at risk of social exclusion.
Throughout more than four decades, CEAR has worked actively in the defence and promotion of the right to asylum in Spain intending to advance in its recognition and guarantee access to the international protection procedure with all the guarantees of the law.