The Mobile Chocolate School

Since 2019, the Mobile Chocolate School educates students between 6 and 24 years old about where our food comes from in a creative, interactive, fair, sustainable, crafty, tasty and healthy way. The project, funded by FNNZ, has been far implemented in the Netherlands, reaching 828 students from 32 classes.

Youth Debating the Future of Europe (U4EU)

Funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union, the project aims at encouraging democratic and civic participation of Greek, Bulgarian, Spanish, Italian, German, Belgium, Hungarian, Portuguese and Dutch young citizens. The implementation consists of 7 activities that will take place from March 2020 to September 2022 in 9 countries and give the participants an opportunity to express their concerns about common challenges related to the European identity, diversity and its future. The participants’ views regarding the future of EU that will be presented in the European Parliament.

Cross Cultural Learning on How to Deal with Corona Crisis

The project, funded by FNNZ, aims to:

1. Strengthen resilience at the individual, community and national level to promote the well-being of people in times of crisis.

2. Develop strategies or solutions that enable people, communities, health professionals and policymakers to reduce the impact of the Corona crisis on health and well-being.

For this project people from many countries wrote “letters of vulnerability and resilience”, which serve as an interactive/cross cultural learning experience between people, communities, health professionals and policymakers.

International Chocolate School

We organize and implement an innovative educational program unique for Latin America to reactivate, and strengthen cocoa and chocolate food chains.

In cooperation with organizations such as APP Cacao (the national trade association that represents Peruvian cacao producers on national and international policy issues that are important to the cacao sector), the Belgian NGO Rikolto and award-winning specialists on bean to bar chocolate, we aim to support, co-design, facilitate and implement short and long term initiatives that create and/or enhance food transitions towards bean to bar cacao/chocolate chains.

“Buen Vivir” plans and activities in the Czaar Peterkwartier

In 2019 we were trusted by Amsterdam Municipality to manage a monetary award to apply a “commons” perspective in the neighbourhood, in collaboration with students from the Avans University of Applied Sciences in the Dutch Province of Brabant.