Noem­ L³pez Trujillo and Estefan­a S¡nchez-Vasconcellos are the authors of We will return

The economic crisis transformed to Spain. From a year to another one, the country happened of a bonanza that seemed not to have aim to present a devastating labor panorama for the citizenship: less opportunities, with worse conditions and the risk of dismissals and I close flying over any project in any professional sector. This recession created a wall against which many young people who finished their formative processes crashed when trying inmiscuir themselves in the labor world, put in the edge of the knife the conditions of life of families to whom never it had lacked don't mention it and it exposed to many people in situation of vulnerability to an uncertain future. During those years, there was a phenomenon very repeated: to leave to the foreigner. Spain returned to be that, after the Civil War, saw how many of their citizens became migrant overnight. And, when already it seems that everything has happened but the crisis still gives their last blows, arises a book that gather, as a unconnected pieces from puzle global, testimonies which they left: €˜We will return€™.

€˜We will return€™ (Books of the KO), written by Noem­ L³pez Trujillo and Estefan­a S. Vasconcellos, is a book worked from the knowledge in first person. AndCover of the book €˜We will return€™, written by Noem­ L³pez Trujillo and Estefan­a S. Vasconcellos.l of some authors emigrated to the United Kingdom who prepared, with the collaboration of Emilio S¡nchez Mediavilla (Book publisher of the KO and thinking mind after the work), a compilation of representative testimonies €œin short while, in short whiles not€ of the Spanish labor reality during the crisis. After its presentation in Elche, one of its co-authors, Noem­ L³pez Trujillo, has spoken with ComunicAlicante on its work. Although he stresses that at no moment he has €œsociological eagerness€, the journalist admits that €œmuch people have felt identified€: from emigrated Spaniards who saw in the book parts of their own history until parents or relatives who by the hundred had their loved ones of kilometers of their home.

From its particular one I exile joint in Manchester, the co-authors sketched - with the oral memory as wire a series of personal stories of cases as theirs: there is goodbyes, returns, illusion, doubts, frustration€¦ All an amalgam of sensations lived by they themselves before the critical state of the profession who exert. Victims of a professional uncertainty that is not monopoly of the media, but with a level of optimism similar to the one of the climate of its city of welcome, €œdimmed almost all along€. Noem­ misses €œharmony€, as much in pays as in criteria in the press undertakings, and sees one of the problems of the sector in the always difficult task of obtaining the sufficient traffic as making profitable means but without for that reason resigning to the quality and the ethics.

The journalist, who at the moment exerts in the middle native digitalis the Spanish, is afrhelp of the theories that point at the social networks and the new technologies as causes of the crisis of the profession. €œThey are the most useful tool that allows us to improve our work€, it affirms, aiming at a tactical mission as illustrative example: Ernesto Filardi, one of the protagonists of histories of €˜We will return€™ and resident in Canada next to his wife and daughters, he contributed his sand granite by Skype before the impossibility to realise displacements. €œThrough Skype they cry, they blow birthday candles, they congratulate the Christmas Eve and they share intimate moments€, tells the co-author us, that it sees in the social networks €œa place wonderful to find histories, as a small virtual district€, although with a shade: €œIf you know yourself to show€.

A book based on the €œdesire to listen€ of its writers, but also in the desire to count its history of many emigres. In own histories as the one of Noem­, ligature to the province of Alicante after to have lived in Elche during good part of its childhood and even to have begun its studies of Journalism in the Miguel Hern¡ndez University, but also as those of any friend, neighbor or relative. In summary, a compendium of common feelings with which, without desire - nor necessity of sociological studies, more than one will be able to empatizar.

Noem­ L³pez Trujillo and Estefan­a S¡nchez-Vasconcellos are the authors of We will return

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