Fighting food waste while feeding the community

Fighting food waste while feeding the community

My name is Igor Bjelac and I moved to Canada in 2015 from Serbia. In Serbia we had a war situation, inflation was so huge my mom, I remember that one day she prepared just a zucchini stew, fried zucchini and at the end she made something sweet with zucchini, so you just ate zucchini […]

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Celebrating World Refugee Day Community Festival

Celebrating World Refugee Day Community Festival

(music) This is World Refugee Day. It’s a day, I think, has so many implications for people who are from refugee backgrounds. One is we are celebrating our achievements as refugee community. We come here to Australia, we contribute to the society. We are celebrating that achievement on one hand, and then on the other […]

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Strengthening a community through refugee sponsorship

Strengthening a community through refugee sponsorship

The Sponsorship Committee was set up following a request from the Archdiocese. I remember that, at the beginning, people were quite skeptical. Some even said, “Now we’re going to have to support them financially, we’re much too small, we don’t have the infrastructure.” That said, at the same time, I met the owner of Spa […]

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Community Committment | Airbnb

Community Committment | Airbnb

We believe that no matter who you are where you’re from or where you travel you should be able to belong in the Airbnb community by joining this community you commit to treat all fellow members regardless of race regardless of sex regardless of ethnicity religion sexual orientation disability national origin gender identity or age […]

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Cultural Protection Fund: Bettany Hughes meets young Syrian refugees learning traditional music

Cultural Protection Fund: Bettany Hughes meets young Syrian refugees learning traditional music

Over seven years, six million refugees have fled the devastation in Syria. Children make up more than a third of that number. Many have witnessed horrifying tragedies, but even in the grimmest of circumstances, there is hope. I’ve been invited to the Beqaa Valley in Lebanon to meet some extraordinary young refugee musicians who are […]

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How Tijuana’s Youth Are Responding To US-Mexico Border Crisis | i-D

How Tijuana’s Youth Are Responding To US-Mexico Border Crisis | i-D

Tijuana, Mexique Ce camp a été créé par des Mexicains, parce que les refuges ne pouvaient plus accueillir tous les migrants venus du Honduras. Il n’y a plus de place, donc ces gens sont obligés de dormir dans la rue. On manque de tout. Ici, les gens ont tout un tas de besoins, vous voyez […]

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Bridging the culture gap for immigrants in America #JYSEP

Bridging the culture gap for immigrants in America #JYSEP

– When I was in my home country. I used to love my family and my close friends, the people I grew up with whom I consider family. I would’ve done anything for them but I never thought about serving strangers, helping a stranger in the street. Somebody I’m not ever gonna see again in […]

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European Union promotion clip — Together we are unstoppable

Ensemble Nous sommes la plus grande union politique de l’histoire La première puissance économique Ensemble Nous sommes la troisième plus grande population L’armée la plus puissante Ensemble Nous sommes la science la santé et la culture Ensemble Nous créons un monde meilleur Nous découvrons de nouveaux mondes Ensemble Nous sommes le moteur de la transition […]

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Foodie culture is now part of foreign policy — It’s Gastrodiplomacy

Foodie culture is now part of foreign policy — It’s Gastrodiplomacy

– Within a half mile radius from where I’m standing, there are more than 15 Thai restaurants. In the last 20 years, Thai restaurants have taken off in America, Europe, and Africa. But that success is actually a little out of whack with the number of Thai immigrants around the world. In the US, there’s […]

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