intercultural cooking and video courses for unaccompanied minor refugees / young people
We want to create an efficient as well as enjoyable framework for unaccompanied minor refugees and young people to acquire basic cooking skills. They learn from culinary adults, who also have a refugee background or are successfully running a restaurant in the area, how to cook a variety of tasty dishes. In addition to the cooking courses, a video course is led by a professional filmmaker in which the participants learned to document the cooking process cinematically. From this initial pilot project the participants created a video-cooking-blog on which the recipes are collected and published.
The pilot-workshop took place between 01.02-05.02.2016 with a presentation at bi’bakstube #12
Facilitators (Cooking): Asibi Wartenberg, Mazhar Iqbal
Facilitator (Video): Branka Pavlovic
Project asistent: Duygu Atceken, Monika Łagowska
A project by bi’bak in cooperation with Alep e.V, Johannes-Schule-Berlin, Waldorfschule Märkisches Viertel, XENION psychosocial assistance for victims of political persecution e.V. and the AKINDA project . Kindly funded by Aktion Mensch