Womad LPGC and the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid (CEAR) Canary Islands reissue this year the Aperitivos del Mundo cooking workshop that was so well received in the last edition, in addition to projecting on Thursday 15 in the afternoon, at the Elder Museum, the work in progress of the documentary The Flowers of Jericho, a work that portrays the violence suffered by women in migratory processes.
The Womad LPGC international cuisine workshop, one of the unmissable events for Saturday morning in Santa Catalina Park, is given this year by professionals who have been trained in CEAR Canarias accompanied by Ahram Marrero, teacher and evaluator of Professional Hotel Catering Qualifications, administrator of the Canarian blog Cocina Saludable and national winner of the prize for the best jam.
Appetizers of the World it thus becomes an opportunity offered by Womad LPGC and CEAR to learn about the experience, talent, traditions and culinary culture of the hand of international protection applicants and people who migrated to the Canary Islands and now work in the kitchens of the Islands, because food does not understand borders.
But the collaboration between Womad LPGC and CEAR is not limited to the dissemination of international gastronomy, but includes the screening on the first day of the Festival of the unfinished version of the documentary Las Flores de Jericó, directed by Alba González de Molina and Blanca Ordóñez, promoted by CEAR and financed by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria.
The Flowers of Jericho It is a review of the origin, journey, destiny and dreams of five women who came to Gran Canaria from Yemen, Venezuela, Brazil, Nigeria and the Saharawi refugee camps in Algeria.
The Womad Festival is organized by the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the Cabildo de Gran Canaria and directed and produced by Womad, DD & Company Producciones y Promoción Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and is sponsored by Pepsi Max, Cerveza Tropical, Opcsa Canarian and Global Port Operations and the collaboration of Integral Security Canaria, Cicar, CEAR, Casa África, CAAM, RTVE and Radio3.