Share your story with us

Dear Storyteller, First, let us introduce ourselves. We are partners of ALL IN project, which is co-financed by Europe for Citizens Programme. Our consortium shares the strive, that migration is one of the oldest human trends, which shaped countries, societies and national identities. Huge mobility of global population for the last decades and especially for... Continue Reading →

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Hummus (Cyprus)

The word "hummus" comes from turkish word humus, meaning "mashed chick pease." Chickpea, one of the main ingrediens of hummus, has a lot of important nutrients, such as vitamin B, calcium, potassium, phosphate, zinc, magnesium, iron, and folic acid. The earliest written recipes for hummus have been found in 13th-century cookbooks from Cairo. Lebanon holds... Continue Reading →

Gan (Vietnam)

Gan arrived in Cyprus in 2014 with a working visa and was employed in a goat farm. He had left Vietnam in search for better employment opportunities in a European country. He returned to Phon Dong, a village where most people work in farming, but which does not offer a lot of opportunities for work... Continue Reading →

5th meeting – Pegeia, Cyprus (15.12.-16.12.2020)

As part of the EFC (Europe for Citizens) funded project ALL IN: Pathways tobelonging: Intercultural Dialogue to SociaL Inclusion – the Municipalityof Pegeia has organized and hosted a two-day Online Event with the thematictitle of “Cyprus ALL-IN Virtual Meeting – A Divided Culture”. This particular project event took place on the 15th and 16th of... Continue Reading →

Kofta (Cyprus)

Kofta is a popular dish made from grilled ground beef that is served throughout the Middle-East. Ingredients: Original recipe yields 4 servings 1 pound ground beef1 onion, diced1 egg yolk2 tablespoons chopped fresh oregano salt and pepper to taste1 bamboo skewers, soaked in water for 20 minutes Directions/Instructions Checklist Step 1 In a medium bowl,... Continue Reading →

The first glimpse into recent ALL IN event

ALL IN events are back. The first meeting of the ALL IN project in 2020 took place in the middle of December. Changed circumstances forced us to adapt the meeting to the virtual world. This was a new experience for all involved. Especially for the Municipality of Pegeia from Cyprus as the meeting host. Modern... Continue Reading →

Golabki-Stuffed Cabbage (Poland)

Ingredients: 1 whole head cabbage0,5 kg ground beef0,25 kg groung pork1 1/2 cups of cooked rice1 onion2 garlic 2 tablespoons of butter1 teaspoon of majoram1 teaspoon of pepper1 teaspoon of salt1 cup of beefstock or tomato sauce Directions: you can blanche whole cabbage head (remove its core) or just leaves remove all the hard parts... Continue Reading →

Pounded Yam and Egusi soup

This is one of the favourite foods in Nigeria. May be in different areas it is called with different local names and a small difference in the recipes. Pounded Yam Ingredients: 1 kg Yam Procedure: Peel the yam and cut it into cubs of about 2 cm. Cook well the yam. When the water becomes... Continue Reading →

Mediha (Tokmić) Halep

Moto: Whatever happens, could not bypass you, and whatever avoids you, could not happen to you! My name is Mediha (Tokmić) Halep. I am a nurse. This is an occupation that I wanted to work on from my early childhood. Now, when I am grown up, married, and a mother of two children, I often... Continue Reading →

4th meeting – Rome, Italy (26.11.-28.11.2019)

The fourth international event of the ALL IN project funded by the Europe for Citizens programme took place last November 2019 in Rome. The ALL IN Project involves 7 European countries – Slovenia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Poland, Cyprus, Italy, Greece – and aims to increase awareness of migration and social cohesion through the implementation of international... Continue Reading →

Christopher Fuss

Thinking about it, I am kind of suprised that life made an expat out of me. After finishing high school, I worked in the German media sector for several years. Since I had not visited a university, like most of my peers, I started to feel sort of uneducated after a while, which was, next... Continue Reading →

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