I am an Argentinian psychologist, emigrated in 2017 to Spain. I am currently working as an assistant technician because the Spanish government does not recognise my degree (or anyone else’s). And so I have had to do the degree again. I started participating in this project as a way to integrate into society and meet people. I decided that I had to get out on the streets a bit to deal with the frustration and emotional problems I had to face due to the lack of recognition of my profession and the fact that I had to work in anything else but what I had been trained for. Along the way I was able to meet wonderful people from all over the world who taught me their stories and opened doors into their lives. Sharing moments together with other people helped me to make my suffering more bearable and that is a good part of what I want to show on tours. I speak English and I strive to be able to do my tours in English as well. So I can share and show many great intercultural movements that are taking place in the Raval neighbourhood. Loaded with stigmas and prejudices, like migrants, through this project we want to share new discourses and new ways of doing and sharing that are emerging among all of us. That’s a bit of the spirit of what I want to share with Migrantour.