This year, under the motto “Together we care, we learn and we win”, World Refugee Day – the day we celebrate today – is above all a warning for inclusion, against indifference. Indifference that so often translates into the easy language of numbers. And although the numbers are impressive – every two seconds there is a displaced person in the world – the reality of refugees is not about statistics, it is about people, people like us, to whom we owe solidarity as a concrete and fundamental value
Often associated with writers with whom she shared her life, it is fair that she is remembered for her contribution to the description of an era and a society, to narrative experimentation and, above all, to the revolution before the revolution it already constituted. the writing of women in Portugal in the middle of the century.