WYD DON BOSCO 23: interviews reveal the work that has been developed

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WYD DON BOSCO 23 launches this week a series of interviews to make known the work developed by the different teams of the organization. They will be published biweekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays on the website and on Youtube.

Recorded at the Carris Museum, in Lisbon, and set against the backdrop of the emblematic tram, a means of transport characteristic and distinctive of the city of Lisbon, the interviews were conducted by Pedro Carvalho, a Volunteer of the organization and student of communication and Multimedia. These intend to make known all the work already developed by the different WYD DON BOSCO 23 teams, which are on their way to World Youth Day Lisbon 2023.

From the Coordination Team, passing through the communication team, without forgetting the administration, the Events Team, The Pre-Conference Team or the Secretariat team, most of the teams that make up WYD DON BOSCO 23 had the opportunity to present themselves and present the work already developed, sharing their achievements and difficulties, good moments and other more difficult ones.

These interviews are a way to share, with young people from all over the world, the work that has been developed by the Volunteers of the various teams.

About the Carris Museum

Located at Santo Amaro Station, the Carris Museum tells The Story of the Lisbon Railway Company.

Divided into two cores, the first presents a set of documents, miniatures, and objects that tell the history of CARRIS transport. A tram from 1901 transports visitors to the 2nd part, where the “real” transports are, which have circulated in the city of Lisbon since the end of the nineteenth century.

The Carris Museum seeks to provide an exciting journey through time, telling stories of everyday life that are retained in the memory of the city and the vehicles that travel through it.

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