Trampoline House with Sisters' Cuisine, Cph
Sisters’ Cuisine is a catering service run by women from Trampoline House Women's Club – a weekly club in Trampoline House with activities for refugee, migrant, and trafficked women. Sisters’ Cuisine offers catering to private parties and social events. We make healthy, affordable food from all over the world, influenced by our diverse places of origin. During Alt_Cph16 Crosscuts, Sisters' Cuisine will do live cooking in Fabrikken for Kunst og Design Saturday and Sunday, and have conversations with the audiences about conditions in the Danish asylum centers and Trampoline House’s work for refugee rights. Saturday afternoon, Sisters’ Cuisine will also launch a first draft of its upcoming cookbook Sisters’ Cuisine Cookbook: Recipes without Borders.
About Trampoline House
Trampoline House: Copenhagen Refugee Community was formed in 2010 as an independent community center in Copenhagen that provides refugees and asylum seekers in Denmark with a place of support, community, and purpose. The house offers different classes and activities with the aim of breaking the social isolation and sense of powerlessness that many refugees and asylum seekers experience. Trampoline House aims at bringing together asylum seekers and Danish citizens to improve the conditions for asylum seekers and refugees. Everybody contributes to the daily life of Trampoline House – both asylum seekers and locals – with activities such as legal counseling, language classes, cooking, cleaning, child care, creative workshops, debates, public campaigns. Like a trampoline, the house is a space for refugees and asylum seekers to recharge and gather the energy and support needed to jump-start a better life, and for the Danish public to get motivated to reform the current refugee and asylum system.
Visit http://www.trampolinehouse.dk/ to read more about Trampolinhuset.