i'm french and half british( scotish) from my father
i'm working as nurse in a place for desabled mindly and physicaly young adults, near Paris
I'm specialised as nurse in geriatry
i did not acte for any organisations until now
i just went in Israel/ Palestine many years ago as volunteer nurse for desabled children both arabs and jews
already i'm off my actual work in retard time i hope to come back to my first motivation: do actions for Peace mouvements and help in women and children fields
I'm proud of:
to have been borned in a family with different cultures, nationalities, religions and i grow up with a french grand father among many people from all the world
Yes have been in SG for 3 months now - its a very exciting place to be when you are young and want to meet different people from the four corners of the world.
There are also numerous activitists in their own ways who want to get involved into community support but very often dont know how to get started or where to seek information - on the surface SG is a very prosperous city state, however like anywhere in the world under the surface one can notice that people could do with some help.
How have you become involved with this wonderful movement?
I'd be happy to meet with your brother if he is in town as well. feel free to share my email with him: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bonjour Florence, c'est un plaisir de te rencontrer. Je m'appelle Laurence et je suis co-modératrice de cette plateforme. j'étais en vacances pendant un mois et Rituu a pris la relève pour moi. Je vois que tu habites en Normandie. C'est magnifique làbas, j'aime beaucoup. Je suis belge et j'habite à Chiang Mai pour le moment.
Y a-t-il une chouette 'communauté' (village, amis, ?) là où tu habites? Des réponses locales (des gens qui passent à l'action pour eux-même pour faire face à un défi)?