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Joel Labat and Nathalie Loubeyre

Biography: Joel Labat, operator, and Nathalie Loubeyre, director, produce documentaries for over 20 years. They have already made ​​a film on the theme of migration, No comment, filmed in Calais, which has won the award “documentaire de création” at the Human Rights Film Festival in Paris. They are currently shooting another film about violence stops at the border of Europe (The mechanics des flux)

Nicanor Haon

Biography: GISTI militant since 2007 (Groupe d’Information et de Soutien des immigrés – France). Coordinating the project Boats4People from Tunis, where he moved from the beginning of 2012. He also works with the Forum for the Tunisian Economic and social Rights. Through the project B4P, he fights for freedom of movement and he will fight to ensure that Tunisia does not become another country in which it is exercised a violent European border control

Francesco Giunta (sailor)

Biography: journalist and photographer, he works in Milan, but he lives in Genoa. When he can, he works with a non-profit organization active in Africa. He started sailing with the “optimist”, the most beautiful boat there. On the boat Oloferne, he will be a sailor


Marco Tibiletti (captain)

Biography: president of the association “Nave di Carta” (“Boat of Paper”), he is the captain of Oloferne and Mariangela. He has already made, as well as two Atlantic crossings, more than 40,000 miles of sailing. When he is not at sea, he is a consultant editor for the publishing house Murcia. He is the author of one of the most popular manual for the examination of the boat license. He is passionate about opera. Since 2010 is also the captain of the “Goletta Verde” of Legambiente

Marie Barbier

Biography: after studying cinema and history, she began studying at the Institut français de presse (IFP) in Paris. She graduated in 2006 and works for some month for the Express and Télérama before starting working on the magazine Humanite Dimanche. Since 2008, she worked for the newspaper L’Humanité, where she follows the issues related to immigration. She is passionate about audio documentaries. After training for ten weeks in Arles she made ​​his first reportage Question pour un séjour

Gianluca Solera

Biography: he studied urban and regional affairs in Venice, Paris and Berlin. After ten years as political advisor to the Greens in the European Parliament, in the summer of 2004 he left for Palestine, where he lived until spring 2005. He is currently Network Coordinator of the Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures, established in 2005 and based in Alexandria, Egypt. He was awarded the 2004 Individual Prize of the Fundación Nueva Cultura del Agua, Spain, for his political commitment towards the protection of rivers. He has published several books

Laura Biffi

Biography: after a degree in international law, she became a professional journalist and member of the National Executive of Legambiente, the most widespread environmental organization in Italy. Besides doing the Environment and Legality Observatory, she writes the annual report on Ecomafia and dossiers on key environmental issues. Since 2011 she is the department coordinator on the Mediterranean Sea at the National Congress of Bari in which the association has sought to boost its efforts in the Mediterranean: a context in which it is active for several years with campaigns as “Clean up the Med” and “Goletta Internazionale”, about protected areas and biodiversity, with the fields of volunteer projects and development cooperation

Hamadi Zribi

Biography: Tunisian, with Italian citizenship, he studied in Brussels and moved to Italy for work. He worked for the Partito della Rifondazione Comunista, especially dealing with the immigration issues. He was a militant of the National Anti-Racism Network and other migrants’ movements. He founded in the late 90s the anti-racist association Kif-Kif, in Rome, who handled legal assistance and Italian courses to migrants. Last year he moved permanently to Tunisia where he met the movement of the mothers of Tunisian migrants that disappeared after the departure by boat to the Italian coasts: from that time he has constantly followed their struggle to learn the truth about their children

Anna Bucca

Biography: president of ARCI Sicily, she participated in the student and anti-mafia movements. In Arci since 1992, until 2001 she worked on international policies and decentralized cooperation, and she has participated as a volunteer in projects in Palestine and Israel, in the Saharawi refugee camps, in Maghreb, and in 2006 he followed the work of the first Tunisian social forum. Teacher, currently maintains a research on intercultural education, citizenship rights and processes of communication at the University of Palermo

Farouk Ben Lhiba

Biography: invited because of the disappearance of his children and his 21 friends, including 5 deaths and 16 missing in boat collision between Rais Ali 2 – with which they had started from Zarzis – with Elhouria 302, Tunisian army boat. After impact, the boats have been flown over by Italian aircraft. He came to Italy to ask for the photos, which could have been taken from the plane and to meet with European organizations to work with them. He also calls for opening of borders or facilitation to visa so that young people risk their lives to stop leaving by sea

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