Imitation is such an important aspect of mirroring behavior: it’s fundamental for empathy, self-awareness, for learning, and hence for the transmission of culture.
The group is focusing on different people and their relations with social media. Anna De Martin is getting in touch with the NGOs, Still I Rise, United We Dream and Amnesty International: in her interviews she is asking about the main purpose of an organization’s social media communication, how social media is essential to the organization for reaching migrants, and how the approach of the organization toward social media with the COVID-19 pandemic has changed.
Considering all the discriminations — some of them evident, others really subtle — that we observe around us, and the growing predominance of the Western model, understood in all its aspects involving every area of life, isn’t the world becoming more and more closed in on itself?
Research on economic migrants who work in the agriculture field shows that people tend to represent their life in a new country in a way which often doesn’t reflect reality, in order to give their family the impression of a better life condition.
During the pandemic, we have been keeping our profiles and pages updated. However, we changed our online strategy as we sought a closer relationship with our followers, who couldn’t leave their homes anymore.
But in reality, problems like climate are inherently complex, made by multiple players. And if you dig deep enough, you actually could find that maybe this one piece or these several pieces could be the linchpins of making major changes, rather than trying to raise tens of billions of dollars just doing X or Y.
The trip then becomes an opportunity to meet: traveling with friends is one of the most beautiful experiences that you can do. It’s our way of promoting friendship and sharing the happiness that comes from exploring this beautiful planet.