The Nevo Parudimos Association from Resita, together with the AIDRom Association from Timisoara implemented a pilot project in Romania, to support those responsible from Adult Education Organisations (especially non-professional teachers, as well as trainers) to introduce migrants to the national context (especially migrant women), as well as to teach Romanian migrants in a unique manner: through a cooking club.
The cooking club takes place every month in Timisoara and addresses migrant women established in the Westside of Romania. At each meeting, women are asked to bring a recipe and to present in the group language, in Romanian. It is a very good project has been implemented at national level because it gives the opportunity to non-professional teachers, migrants and refugees to learn the Romanian language through pleasant and practical activities. “Women who participate in the cooking club also attend an intensive Romanian course. It is very important for them to practice what they learnt in an informal environment. Moreover, these hours spent together cooking create a feeling of belonging and motivates them to learn Romanian” declared Simona Ilioni Loga, Romanian language lecturer.
- Category: Projects
- Country: Romania
- Language: English Romanian
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