Migration

MAD Monday on Migration: Algeria to Denmark

Hana Houssein, Houda Hussein

Hana and Houda Hussein, members of Copenhagen nonprofit Trampoline House from Afghanistan and Palestine and chefs for its catering service Sisters' Cuisine, tell stories of the role food has played in their lives in Denmark.

MAD Monday on Migration: Laws, Politics, Migration

Natasha Al-Hariri

Lawyer, and political commentator, Natasha Al-Hariri, introduced the topic of the evening, by speaking of her own experiences of the intersection of migration and food.

MAD Monday on Migration: Spices and Nordic Pastry

Thorsten Schmidt

Chef Thorsten Schmidt, chef and owner of restaurant Barr and founder of Malling and Schmidt in Århus, shares historical perspectives on food and cuisine as the product of the movement of people, traditions, and ingredients.

MAD Monday on Migration: Emma-Jayne Abbots

Emma-Jayne Abbots

Anthropologist Emma-Jayne Abbots investigates the double role food can play in breaking down barriers between groups and its dangers of essentializing immigrant cuisine.

MAD Monday on Migration: Social Bonds

Morten Goll

Co-founder and Executive Director of Copenhagen nonprofit Trampoline House, Morten Goll explains the origins and philosophy of the user-driven refugee justice community center he runs.

MAD Monday on Migration: Trine Hahnemann

Trine Hahnemann

Chef and writer Trine Hahnemann shares how she builds opportunities for migrants into her business, Hahnemann's Køkken.

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