In our daily work we implement programs which strengthen the role of refugee communities.
Active participation in the creation and management of those projects is crucial to us, following the principle “Nothing about us without us"
We also believe in the Feminist Leadership, which means creating an alternative to traditional, hierarchical leadership and patriarchal culture.
From the beginning of the humanitarian crisis at the Polish-Belarusian border, we have been involved in the activities of Grupa Granica, a group of activists who carry out daily interventions and provide humanitarian, legal and medical assistance to refugees. When Russia attacked Ukraine, we supported refugees coming to Poland, primarily people from third countries, i.e. those who did not have a Ukrainian passport, experienced discrimination and did not have access to the official aid system. We support LGBT+ refugees, stateless people and migrants in irregular situations.
We created a place that gives support in building a sense of security and an opportunity to share excellent cuisine. We opened an important meeting place for people from Warsaw, creating a multicultural space for dialogue and co-existence.
Hamza became an Arabic translator, Muhamadjon founded his own Tajik organisation, Khava started his own business, and Ibragim started working on an app that will make life easier for foreigners. These examples show how the Conflict Kitchen changed people’s lives, giving them space to fulfil their potential.
Bank account: 27 1750 0012 0000 0000 4084 3698 / please write "darowizna na cele statutowe" in the transfer title
The project benefits from a grant under the Active Citizens Fund – Regional Programme from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, through the EEA and Norway Grants.
Safeguarding Policy, Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) Policy and Sexual Harassment, Exploitation, and Abuse (SHEA) at Work Policy.