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With its massive immigrant population, Switzerland has always been a place of a double search: first, how is the country's DNA evolving as it constantly redefines itself? Second, how do these foreigners articulate their search for identity in the midst of uncertainty and constant need to define the "self" in tangible terms? The country's position on the issue of immigration and its impacts on society comes with a search within one of its largest one: the Albanian population. How can one's definition of the 'self' encompass all layers associated to identity? And how does this universal search apply to each country's standards?

Fisnik Maxhuni, Benoît Goncerut

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