Falafel is the new Chocolat, Rahma Henchiri, Tunisia

When I first tried Falafel at Skaramagas refugee camp in Greece, I couldn’t eat anything else for the following couple of months. Falafel was the common language between the camp communities and the social workers from different countries. When I first tried it, excuse my ignorance, it totally skipped my mind that it was made … Continue reading Falafel is the new Chocolat, Rahma Henchiri, Tunisia

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Beyond Our Differences by Rahma Henchiri, Tunisia

Before I started working at Skaramagas refugee camp in Athens, I did not know what to expect from the children. Ever since I can remember, I have been hearing about the Yazidi-Arab tension; and thus, being an Arab myself, I was worried that my hopes of becoming the girls’ older sister would eventually turn to … Continue reading Beyond Our Differences by Rahma Henchiri, Tunisia

Volunteering Value by Kholod Zughbor, Gaza, Palestine

"Not everything that counts can be counted. And not everything that can be counted, counts."              - Albert Einstein Volunteering is about giving, contributing and helping other individuals and society at-large. It is about working with others to make a meaningful contribution to a better community. You can volunteer to gain hands-on experience, acquire new skills, … Continue reading Volunteering Value by Kholod Zughbor, Gaza, Palestine