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Featuring Amelia, Tina, CC & Maz
Produced by Maz
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Introduction to the Calais Refugee Camp and the needs of refugees for food and other support. The film focuses on the work of the Ashram Kitchen, but also the wider work of volunteers and other community kitchens in the camp.
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About Leon Aarts
Leon is a visionair and social innovator. He is the founder of Sweet Peace and the Extraordinary Ones Foundation.
Sweet Peace empowers people by showing them the greatness they have inside themselves creating kinder, more peaceful and cohesive societies. Extraordinary Ones is a simple concept to help feed and educate children in disadvantaged communities.
Leon is an intuitive life coach, experienced mentor and public speaker. He is an author of three books: 'Inside Out! - How to Live with Your Heart Fully Open', 'Feeding People', '7 Ingredients to Live in Love', and co-author of: 'I Am...A Guide to Your Alchemical Journey Within'. Leon has been a restaurateur, top chef, and entrepreneur with various food businesses.
When we share a meal with others it is the time when we share our stories and experiences, ask questions and find answers to our challenges. The time we spend around the table bring us closer together.
A shared meal creates a closer bond between friends, family and people we meet for the first time. Food shared together creates deep and lasting connections and boundaries disappear around the table. We share, cry, laugh, love and sing together. We all may have fond memories about the food we had in our childhood and memories good and bad of those times. in times of distress we quickly think about our favourite comfort food.
It is time to act, the crisis of humanity which we see at the moment is something we simply can't deny anymore. So I took action and with my background as a chef and entrepreneur I have been in the Calais camp twice now. First to set up a kitchen which is now serving 500 breakfasts and over 500 dinners everyday. It truly is a place for the migrants to come together.
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