2018-08-27

Voluntario Global Ambassador Céline Mestivier

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I study digital communication in Lyon, France. 

I study digital communication and I hope fin a job in the field of culture because I love cinema, music, art. I really liked the fact to be volunteer, it was an amazing experience.

I loved to help, to meet Argentinians people, to write on big political subjects (abortion in Argentina) and also at the same time discover another country.

Now, I just want to discover more and more the world and help as I can.

 

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