Here after a list of titles and links to some titles about the presentation of the song “Be aware sister, be aware brother by Rokia Traoré on some Mass media.
Detail of a photography by Mikal McAllister Thousands of Senegalese men set off for Europe each year, risking their lives on treacherous journeys through the Sahara desert and across the Mediterranean sea. Most fail. Many die. Senegal is among the top 10 countries of origin for migrants arriving in Italy this year, the International Organization […]
Rokia Traoré presented officially the song and the video clip “Be aware brother, be aware sister” written for the Aware Migrants Project in a press conference .
“Be aware brother, be aware sister” is a song by Rokia Traoré, specially written for Aware Migrants Project, Tuesday, October 25 she will present it in a press conference in Milan.
They are young and smart. They choose to stay in Africa and create their own job, their own company. They are the finalists of the Anzisha Prize.
Between huge chaotic cities and “silicon villages” the African youth is doing its best to build a better future, says the Franco-Togolese journalist Ayoko Mensah to the official website of the UNESCO.
Mass media continues to focus on the dramas that migrants are living as they attempt to escape war zones and extreme poverty.
Many migrants are opting to return voluntarily to their home countries, rather than staying in host countries as migrants. Around 100,000 people may leave host countries by the end of 2016.
Many events have been organized for the third anniversary of the “Lampedusa shipwreck”, which is becoming a Day of Remembrance. Over the past three years, however, the number of deaths continues to rise, exceeding more than 11,000.