In this section, you can find information and news related to the F2F project and in general migration integration in Spain. Most of the articles are published in Spainish or Basque, however, we seek to add at least an annotation in English. Donostia-based NGO – SOS Racismo Mugak (www.mugak.eu) – is responsible for realizing integration activities in Spain within the F2F project, and thus also for information provided here.
Aizpea, one of the participants to our Face2Face workshops, filmed the multicultural event and gastronomic festival “Arroces del Mundo 2014” that took place the 14 of June in Errenteria.
Take a look at “Arroces del Mundo 2014”, at how they cook in different Countries a common ingredient in every kitchen in the World! A really delicious festival!!
NEWS: From 13/06 to 21/06 F2F will be a guest at the Twelfth Intercultural Encounters of Urgull (Spain)
For three years now SOS Racismo organizes the event ”Rices of the world” in Renteria, this year we seized the opportunity to organize also a collective exhibition of the works of those who partecipated in our photography workshop which was part of the F2F activities.
NEWS: Premiere of the documentary “Rostros de las ciudades en Europa. Historias de migración pasadas y presentes” (Spain)
The collaboration between the various organizations involved along with SOS RACISMO in the F2F project, led to the production of a documentary : “The Faces of Our European Cities – Stories of migration past and present”.
On the 05/30/2014, over the Weekend Dedicated to Minorities organized by the City of Donostia, EH11 Kolore, Casas Regionales and in collaboration with Donostia2016, we participated in the event by organizing a collective exhibition of the works of those who have participated in our photography work-shops related to the Face2Face project.
Stories of past and present migration
How to tell the story of woman coming from Azerbayan, landing in Tolosa, starting to learn Basque and living her Muslim faith at the foot of Aralar?
Who would imagine that in Renteria, where there was a waste landfill, a neighborhood was born thanks to the arrival of people seeking a better future?
How is it, that a Mosque was formerly a Synagogue and before that a Methodist church and prior to that a protestant church of French Huguenots….? Well this place exists and has known as many changes as the many people it has received.
Yesterday in occasion of the “Jornada Gastronómica” in Hernani, an event organized by Amher(multicultural association) that promotes integration through the approach to the various ethnic cuisines found in our region; there was a further F2F “Changing the focus” collective exhibition.
Oyuntsetseg, aka Oyunaa for those who do not speak mongolian properly, was one of the participants of the F2F video training.
After hours of learning and practising, here she comes with her firs videoclip. When springtime came, they took their camera and instruments and lead for the mountains during a week end of April. The mission was clear for the crew: a bit of mediatation, healthy food and loads of music. maren, Oyunaa and the rest did their best.
Will we have a new videoclip maker from Mongolia in San Sebastian?
For a future without discrimination where all people have equal rights under the law… migrants, sexual minorities…
Leonard went to Madrid to talk with people participating on the Gay Pride Parade 2013. He interviewed people from diverse countries and with different opinions, about how they live their sexuality in their home countries and in the reception countries. Interesting to watch and hear!