• The Ancient Art of Healing – Tea in Ayurvedic Medicine

    Ayurveda is a traditional Indian healing art and is considered the oldest and constantly practiced medical system in the world. As a scripted science, Ayurveda can be traced back to the middle of the 2nd century BC…

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  • Fotoausstellung – Drei Blicke: Afghanistan

    Invitation to foto exhibition – Three views: Afghanistan
    Three foto artists, rasa Akbar, Christina Feld and Gernot Würtenberger invite us to see Afghanistan through their eyes.

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  • Conflictfood Showroom

    Welcome to the new Conflictfood Showroom!Come and visit us in our new office in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

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  • Christmas has a world capital: BETHLEHEM

    Nowadays, it is hard to imagine a place where the church bells are ringing and only 150 meters away a muezzin is calling for the prayer from a minaret…

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  • Milli Bau – mit dem VW-Bus alleine entlang der Seidenstraße

    Die Abenteuererin Milli Bau reiste in den 1950ern alleine mit ihrem VW Bus und ihrer Kamera und machte dabei auch Stop in Afghanistan – das Herz der Seidenstraße.

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  • Klub Kabul

    Willkommen im Klub Kabul! Bei kulinarischen Köstlichkeiten, Vorträgen, Workshops und meisterlicher Musik erlebst Du afghanische Gastfreundschaft.

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  • #17Ziele

    It is also clear that a holistic approach is necessary to guaranty crucial steps towards sustainable development. The SDGs integrate all 3 fields of sustainability: the environment, the social life and the economy.

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  • iF Social Impact Prize!

    A loudly shouted “yippie”, big surprise: We are proud to be this year’s winner of the iF SOCIAL IMPACT PRIZE 2018!

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  • Conflictfood celebrates two years of existence!

    It was exactly two years ago when we were standing on the stage of the Social Impact Lab talking about our crazy idea…

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  • Myanmar – wohin geht’s?

    Wie steht es aktuell um das faszinierende Land Myanmar? Welche Rolle spielen Wirtschaft und Handel, Politik und Menschenrechte? In unserem Symposium wollen wir das Bild des Landes schärfen und die Frage klären, in welche Richtungen sich das Land entwickeln kann.

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  • The tragedy of the Rohingya, Interview

    Ethnic tensions have shaped the multi-ethnic state of Myanmar. In particular, the borderline racist disdain towards a specific group seems very worrying: it is the minority of the Rohingya that prays and looks differently than the Buddhist majority.

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  • Fasting, Religion & Health

    Detox and body cleansing are concepts which you can read all over the place these days. Fasting it seems, is coming more in fashion especially in the West…

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  • Think outside the box – explosive cookies and suspicious bags

    How a small Arab cookie box caused a panic in Pennsylvania (US), inspired us to think about anti-Arabic resentments and provoked to develop the design of one of the limited rewards for supporters of our campaign Get Freekeh – the „this is just a bag“- bag!

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  • “A place that should not exist”

    Every thirty minutes „Le Shuttle“ takes passengers from Calais in France to Dover, a city in the United Kingdom, just right through the Eurotunnel. The trip costs about 50 euros – for anyone owning the right coloured passport.

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  • Conflictfood and Slowfood

    Food equals pleasure – tasty and responsible enjoyment. This is why Conflictfood is looking for culinary specialties from conflict regions, in order to strengthen their local structures…

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  • Afghan Curiosities Vol. 1

    With our series Curiosities we regularly offer you exciting, amusing and bizarre information from all walks of live of our partner countries…

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  • Afghan poppy trails and versatile dependencies

    Poppy, semiotically the flower has an innocent connotation almost sounding cute. Visually, the sea of faded pink and white blossoms in a poppy field creates a romantic atmosphere. But, after the harvesting the sweet flowers dramatically change their meaning….

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  • The House of Peace ‘Paiwand-e-Noor’

    Children are the future of every country. Therefore their education is one of the most sustainable projects that a society can invest into …

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  • Next Organic Startup Award Winner!

    We are totally happy and very pleased to have won the Next Organic Startup Award! …

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  • Why Conflictfood?

    We want to make our contribution to fighting the black and white perception of the reasons why people have to flee.

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  • Conflictfood – This is us

    Both of us are interested in integral political contexts, global issues, but also in smart regional solutions. Both of us are interested in integral political contexts, global issues, but also in smart regional solutions.

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  • Conflictfood is cultivating peace.

    From the conflict regions of the world, Conflictfood brings the best traditional agricultural products to your table , while strengthening local structures …

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