• When I think about my years in Palermo and the experience with CSF, a quote by Paolo Borsellino, Italian magistrate and mafia victim, comes back to my mind: “I don’t like Palermo, that’s why I learnt to love it. Because true love is continuing to love that which we don’t like to help change it”. For some, CSF is a group of friends, for others a real family, and for all of us it represents the possibility of choice and hope in the change of a tormented and wonderful land like Sicily.

    Flavia Arato
    Flavia Arato
  • I joined CSF in 2011. The desire to get in the game was the glue of a partnership and a friendship without borders. I left CSF’s family in 2016, but I always bring with me the memories of having met hundreds of young people from all over Europe and the world, having met the fantastic world of non-formal education and having acquired the skills and knowledge that you can hardly find in other areas of work. That’s why CSF exists and still continues on its way. I hope that more and more young people can dream the way we did.

    Francesco Di Liberto
    Francesco Di Liberto
  • CSF is for me: motivation, enthusiasm, social commitment, practicality and international perspective. I have felt welcomed from the beginning and involved in addressing the full spectrum of social inclusion, always with creativity, collaboration and in family.

    MAR
    MAR