Becoming a stranger is an initiative for social inclusion. We are people who care about each other. Together we strengthen social cohesion and promote civil society engagement. That’s why we do things together. Because strangers become friends.
Encounters are created with each other. Inclusion is lived together. People, from a wide variety of contexts, come into contact with each other in the context of strangers become friends. Knowledge is exchanged, horizons are expanded and potential can develop. This strengthens individuals and it sustainably strengthens our society.