Founder and coordinator  of GośćInność/Hospitality Initiative. PhD student at the University of Warsaw Faculty of Management. She does research on refugee entrepreneurship in the example of Sweden, where she has completed her Master’s degree in Peace and Conflict Studies at Uppsala University. She is interested in migration policy and human rights, women rights in particular. Nina has participated in Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship Humanity in Action. She is Humanity in Action Senior Fellow. 

 

Born and raised in Poznań where she currently lives. After 2 years of her studies she decided to do one-year voluntary service in France, Germany and Belgium. She was involved in the preparation of 38th European Meeting of Youth Taizé in Valencia in 2015. In summer 2016 she worked as a volunteer in Marrakesh with migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa and one year later in the refugee camp Skaramagas in Greece together with an organization Drop In The Ocean. From December 2017 she organizes events in the parochy with the aim to sched more light on the situation of refugees. In summer 2018 she took part in Humanity In Action Warsaw Fellowship. For many years she has been experiencing hospitality and kindness in other countries and she has been enjoying the beauty of diversity.  Why not to keep on doing it in Poland?

 

Student of Polish Philology at the University of Warsaw. She is interested in different narratives on migration. She works as a Polish language teacher. She gets involved in different initiatives supporting migrants and refugees living in Warsaw as well as educational projects related to migration. Graduate of IOM Summer School on Migration at Charles University in Prague and Humanity In Action Warsaw Fellowship.

 

Olga came to Poland from Ukraine in 2012 to do her Master studies. Mother of 9-year old Salomeia. She Works with kids in the Center for foreigners and cooperates with many other non-governmental organizations in Warsaw. She is passionate about multicultural cuisine. She belives that cooking connects people of different age coming from all over the world.

 

Trainer, facilitator, coordinator of educational projects, campaigner. Author of educational scenarios and publications as well as e-learning “How to talk about the majority of the world?” for the Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH). Affiliated with the Institute of Global Responsibility, she is a part of the PAH trainers’ team. Graduate of Eurpean studies, student of cultural anthropology.  Currently, she does research on migrants in the public space in Warsaw and surroundings.

Pakistani living in Warsaw. He is a programmer and a photographer (Bilal Photography) He loves to cook and play cricket.

Belarussian journalist. Blogerka kulinarna. Od ponad 10 lat związana z zabronioną na Białorusi telewizją Bełsat. Autorka wielu programów telewizyjnych, w tym o polityce międzynarodowej. Założycielka pierwszego bloga kulinarnego w języku białoruskim. Prowadzi warsztaty gotowania, wyrobu naturalnych kosmetyków i tradycyjnych lalek białoruskich. Współpracuje z Kuchnią Konfliktu, ponieważ wierzy, że gotowanie łączy ludzi.

 

Przyjechał z Algierii do Polski w 2014 roku, gdzie obecnie studiuje w Warszawie stosunki międzynarodowe. Jego pasją jest gotowanie, muzyka i podróże. Kocha przyprawy i ich zapach. Najbardziej lubi zapach świeżego chleba upieczonego przez swoją mamę, za którym tęskni każdego dnia. Lubi gotować nowe dania i zapraszać znajomych na wspólne kolacje. Hamza współpracuje z Kuchnią Konfliktu, gdzie miał okazję poznać wiele osób, które również łączy zamiłowanie do gotowania i jedzenia.

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Olga Bilous
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