NARRATIVES are accounts of a series of events and experiences. They can be either true or fictitious, as well as versions of a fact as a story; they can be multiple and differing. Artworks, wall writings, oral stories, journalism, politicians’ words, the TV news, social media posts include or/and are narratives themselves too. The representations of any ‘Crisis’ are narratives as well, contributing to what is thought to be reality. In this context there are some highly promoted dominant hegemonic ones, while in the same time there is a series of less circulated counter-narratives taking place. They are antagonising each other seeking paths to expand and speak of their viewpoints, also promoting ideologies or social behaviours. They never stop, they affect everyday life and in a larger perspective they contribute to the major narrative, that of history writing.