Following the footsteps of Ibrahima, a young ‘foreign unaccompanied minor’ as the legal term describes him. After arriving in France at the age of 16, Ibrahima has been seeking both education and stability in his new life in France. Helped by associations, but also often left to his own means, he has lived in the streets, in shelters, and now lives in a hotel converted into a social accommodation. Day by day, his occupations lead him from one part of Paris to another. In the summer of 2020, he was living in a camp in the center of Paris, leading the reunions with the town council representants, as a representant of the young minors living in the camp. After months of trying to find a apprenticeship, he is now working to become an electrician. Despite the difficulties, he has moved closer to what he dreamt of achieving when arriving in France.