Martina Riina Received a Sylff fellowship in 2014 at the Institute of Political Education “Pedro Arrupe” in Italy. Is an anthropologist and founder of a social association, Logiche Meticce, where she works with children, youth, and adults from different cultures, generations, and contexts in creative and experimental work. Works for the protection of human rights, especially in intercultural and educational contexts, with Hilal, an association of Moroccan immigrants. With the association, has been involved in many social projects in Morocco and West Sahara, where she worked in 2008 in the town of Khouribga to organize the Droubna Festival of urban arts, including rap, skateboarding, and mural painting.
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