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Food and integration in the cityFood and integration in the city

A large part of Stockholm’s restaurants serve food from foreign kitchen and are owned by restaurateurs born abroad. The restaurant trade is also an important entry to the job market for many immigrants. There is a constant exchange of influences between the Swedish/Nordic cuisine and other culinary cultures. How can the city’s food experiences – food markets, restaurants, cafes, bars, grocery stores, etc – be used to best promote integration?

What? Workshop 3: Food and integration in the city

When? Wednesday 2 September, 2015, 2-4 pm

Where? Open Café

Foto: Per Kristiansen

A large part of Stockholm’s restaurants serve food from foreign kitchen and are owned by restaurateurs born abroad. The restaurant trade is also an important entry to the job market for many immigrants. There is a constant exchange of influences between the Swedish/Nordic cuisine and other culinary cultures. How can the city’s food experiences – food markets, restaurants, cafes, bars, grocery stores, etc – be used to best promote integration?

What? Workshop 3: Food and integration in the city

When? May 28th, 2015, 2-4pm

Where? Open Café

Foto: Per Kristiansen

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