Todi (PG) : Editrice Tau, 2016. Roma : Fondazione Migrantes, 2016.
Book — XIV, 295 pages : colour illustrations, colour maps ; 24 cm + 1 videodisc
This book is the result of two years of study and analysis: from the statistical data of the last decade that illustrate the recent migration flows from Italy to Australia, Michele Grigoletti and Silvia Pianelli have deepened the magnitude and complexity of the phenomena in action and, through the stories of the protagonists, they have revealed the motives, thoughts, dreams and fears that characterize the travel halfway around the world, when the ticket is often one-way. The authors lead us to the discovery of the "youth next-door" who, after packing their suitcases, reach Australia and rebuild their lives without forgetting, every day, feelings, values, places and the difficulties that have accompanied them in the "journey" to the discovery and self-realization. Together with a DVD with video-reportage "88 days on an Australian farm".