"I've always seen the connection between good food, intellectual ideas, and people meeting." (21:37)

Welcome to the first episode of Season 3! This wee...

Jim Haynes and Sunday Dinner

October 11, 2018

"When food is on the table, it makes it so easy to talk about the sensitive issues. It makes it easy to bring sides of the conflict together around th...

Alastair Carr with Gulya Nabieva and Recipes for Peace

June 22, 2018

“There isn’t a shortage of countries where we can talk about actions that are being taken to build peace." (24:01)

Peacebuilding charity, International...

Niki Psarias and Alastair Carr with International Alert's Conflict Cafe

April 13, 2018

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Gissou Nia with Welcoming Refugees

November 17, 2017

“We all really have a role to play in terms of refugee resettlement and helping our new neighbors.” (2:45)


GISSOU NIA from Refugees Welcome♥ shares her background in coming to understand what it means to flee conflict and persecution and how it led her to innovate a creative way to help the average person play a part in refugee resettlement. Gissou, Strategy Director at social change agency, Purpose, believes that “[A] meal can put people at ease. Food is a uniting factor; it’s something that we all do. You don’t even need to all speak the same language to share a meal together and to share that bond.” (3:55) The dinners are so transformative that the brief series spread by word-of-mouth to an international phenomenon within months. If you want to help break barriers over food, you can host anywhere (good vibes only!) with the toolkit. 


Get involved by following on social channels:

Twitter: @loveforrefugees

Instagram: @loveforrefugees

Facebook: @refugeeswelcometodinner

Web: refugeeswelcometodinner.com

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