bi'bakwerk works with innovative site specific education concepts, which aim at an equal participation and the exchange of ideas, knowledge and creativity. Our workshops are cross-generational and focus on issues arising from the immediate neighborhood.
In a productive and enjoyable atmosphere, unaccompanied minor refugees and other Teenagers from Berlin acquire basic cooking skills. They learn from culinary adults, who came to Berlin as refugees themselves or are successfully running a restaurant in the area. The workshop is focused on 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 learn to document the cooking process cinematically. From the initial pilot project in February 2016, the participants created a video-cooking-blog on which the recipes are collected and published.
Click here for the cooking-blog
Project asistents: 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.