On 30 May 2016 Multi Kulti Collective organized a new cooking class, part of the initiative aiming at bringing together students and Multi Kulti chefs – refugees and migrants. Our aim is to create a friendly informal space where students and foreigners can meet, get to know each other, learn more about the foreign countries, learn how to cook and try delicious authentic dishes while building a community free from prejudice, discrimination and xenophobia.
This time our amazing guests came from 66 School in Sofia. They met Saif ur Rehman and his wife Radoslava from the Pakistani restaurant Punjabi Food.
The initiative is organized with the financial support of the Czech Foundation Via as part of the ViabilityNet program for young community leaders from Central and Eastern Europe. Our chair Bistra Ivanova participates in it.
We’d like to thank Ms. Neli Todova, principle of 66 School for her support during the years!
See more photos here.
Photos: Panayot Chafkarov