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In­­­­­­­ter­­­­­­­cul­tu­ral Feuil­le­ton - To­day from Ys­sykköl

Corona

3. Dezember 2020 09:38

Miriam Miriam Hanke
Leopold Leopold Lorenzoni

With this blog post, we want to gi­­­­­­­­ve peo­ple from around the world and from dif­­­­­­­­fe­rent back­­­­­­­­grounds the op­­­­­­­­por­tu­­­­­­­­ni­­­­­­­­ty to tell their per­­­­­­­­so­nal sto­ries in ti­­­­­­­­mes of the Co­ro­­­­­­­­na pan­­­­­­­­de­­­­­­­­mic. To­day with a short sto­ry from the Kyr­gyz lake area of Ys­sykköl. Kyr­gyzstan has ma­ny so­ci­al or­phans, child­ren who ha­ve be­en aban­do­ned by their fa­mi­lies be­cau­se ex­tre­me po­ver­ty ma­kes it im­pos­si­ble for them to care for their child­ren. The­re are or­ga­ni­za­ti­ons that work on be­ha­lf of the­se child­ren and their fa­mi­lies. An em­ploy­ee of one of the­se or­ga­ni­za­ti­ons de­s­cri­bes a pre­ca­rious si­tua­ti­on in which a wo­man was forced to gi­ve up her child but could not do so be­cau­se of the exit re­stric­ti­ons. This tra­gic re­port can be heard her­e:

Why this pro­jec­t?

Be­­­­­­cau­­­­­­se the Co­ro­­­­­­na pan­­­­­­de­­­­­­mic has now re­a­ched all the coun­tries of the world and is im­pac­ting the li­­­­­­ves of the ma­­­­­­jo­ri­­­­­­ty of the world’s po­­­­­­pu­la­ti­o­n, we, two stu­­­­­­dents of Cu­sa­­­­­­nus Un­­­­­i­­­­­­ver­­­­­­­­­­­si­­­­­­ty, are in­­­­­­te­res­ted in lea­r­­­­­­ning about peo­ple in other pla­­­­­­ces of the world beyond what the me­­­­­­dia has co­­­­­­ver­­­­­­e­d. The aim is to en­ter in­­­­­­to a so­­­­­­ci­a­l­­­­­­ly re­le­vant di­a­logue at the in­­­­­­ter­face bet­ween aca­­­­­­de­­­­­­mic schol­a­r­­­­­­ship and so­­­­­­ci­e­­­­­­ty, and to au­then­ti­­­­­­ca­l­­­­­­ly pro­vi­­­­­­de dif­­­­­­fe­rent per­spec­ti­­­­­­ve­s. With this goal in min­d, we want to ask peo­ple from dif­­­­­­fe­rent re­­­­­­gi­­­­­­ons of the world to of­­­­­­fer their own in­­­­­­ter­pre­ta­ti­­­­­­ons, their own na­r­ra­ti­­­­­­ves of the cur­rent si­tua­ti­o­n. The blog posts are dis­­­­­played in al­­­­­pha­­­­­be­ti­­­­­cal or­­­­­der of re­­­­­gi­­­­­ons, coun­tries and ci­ties. No­te: The in­­­­­­­­­­­for­­­­­­ma­ti­on pro­vi­­­­­­ded here re­­­­­­pres­ents the in­­­­­­­­­­­di­vi­­­­­­du­al opi­­­­­­ni­­­­­­ons and in­­­­­­­­­­­di­vi­­­­­­du­al ex­­­­­­pe­ri­ences of tho­­­­­­se per­­­­­­sons in­­­­­­ter­view­­­­­­e­d.