For more than 9 years now, I have traveled the world, always as close as possible to people, to understand what humanity is in all its diversity and to discover what unites us.
Following my studies, at the beginning it was only a search for the place which would be the most appropriate for me to settle down and that I evolve in a professional career. Then the meetings transformed me.
I discovered a whole different reality from what I had known before. And that’s how I was able to develop a much better understanding of the world around us and the place we have as a result of being a little out of the bubble that I grew up in.
It is a very useful school of life for making good choices for our future that few of our educational paths bring us. I would have liked back when I was a student that someone came to present me these inspirations and tips to maybe direct my future differently.
For that, I will continue to share with the public, especially the youngest, the stories of the people that I have met, the emotions that I have lived and all the learnings that I retain from these experiences.
I always adapt my speech according to the audience and the context in order to make the exchange as pleasant and beneficial as possible.
I have had the pleasure of participating in conferences, debates, broadcasts, radio, TV, podcast or live on online platforms since my beginnings in Poland, France, USA, India, Nepal, Indonesia and Brazil.
If you have the desire to involve me, do not hesitate to contact me.
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When I arrived in Brazil, I challenged myself to speak Portuguese fluently in 3 months, in order to be able to do my photo reports correctly. I set myself the goal of finding a way to switch to TV after these 3 months. The hazard of things made me succeed.
Shortly after, I organized the screening of the film “Tomorrow” in the largest cultural cinema in Brasilia and I led a debate with 12 representatives of local initiatives around the 5 themes of the film. Agriculture, economy, energy, democracy and education.
Mostly French press. I should translate some for you soon.