Nadia Davini
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  • Lucca, Italy
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Peace Gardens

 Lucca in a small city in Tuscany, Italy. It's beautiful and singular: it's totally surrounded by Roman and Medieval Walls. In Lucca there is a Community for unaccompanied minors, who come from Albania and Morocco. Cabbages, robbery, lettuce, leeks, tomatoes. Imagine well-cultivated land in an area of quite large. Imagine a garden, neither more nor less. But not a garden like so many others: the one in question is a bit 'special. First of all because it is located (only one in existence) just…See More
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Europe
Job Title
Journalist
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Newspaper, Online
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Il Tirreno - Lucca
Without Borders- senza confini senza frontiere - blog
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http://www.without-borders.tumblr.com

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Peace Gardens

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Lucca in a small city in Tuscany, Italy. It's beautiful and singular: it's totally surrounded by Roman and Medieval Walls. In Lucca there is a Community for unaccompanied minors, who come from Albania and Morocco.

 

Cabbages, robbery, lettuce, leeks, tomatoes. Imagine well-cultivated land in an area of quite large.…

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At 19:43 on February 8, 2011, murad GHOLI said…

Dear Nadia Davini,

 

wellcome and i hope you will have much success

 

take care

 

murad

At 17:29 on January 25, 2011, Hanna McLean said…

Hey Nadia! 

Welcome to the EJC's Online Community! Here you can join and create groups, get involved in the online forum, check out cool photos and videos that others have posted, share your blog, and best of all start connecting with other media professionals from around the world!

I was also hoping that you might find the time to share a little about yourself to the other journalism community members. If you want, you can do this on the Forum. Just click to add a new discussion and make sure you select the correct category: 'Member Introduction'.

 

Cheers!

Hanna McLean (Community Manager)

 
 
 

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