Hi, I’m Karina, Colombian and I’ve been in Spain for 4 years. In my country I am a preschool teacher and now in Spain I work for “Doctors of the World”, an NGO. I am a socio-educational mediator, I do psychosocial support to women at risk of social exclusion, especially women in prostitution, violence and trans women. I belong to the big family of Migrantour Barcelona, being an intercultural companion for some months now. Since I got to know the project, I fell in love with it because I think it is a beautiful way to show the reality of migrants from another point of view, where each of us can tell something about our country of origin, tell a short story of our history and highlight the beautiful side of the place we are showing, in this case the Raval neighbourhood. During my tour I visibilize the issue of human trafficking, specifically women for the purpose of sexual exploitation. My idea is to make people aware that trafficking does exist, that it is a real problem and that we should show it without any kind of taboo and without embellishment. I also seek to show the beautiful side of my country and that we are also human beings, that we work and that we only want an opportunity in another place, to be able to help our people and those we have left behind to help them have a better quality of life.