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Germany - Lives on Hold | Global 3000

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People seeking asylum in Germany often have to wait up to 20 months for their applications to be processed. During that time they are normally housed in special hostels and not allowed to work. This means they also have little contact with local people.
Now "Über den Tellerrand kochen", a student initiative from Berlin, is trying to change that. The group organizes cooking courses in which refugees show Germans how to make their favorite foods. A cookbook featuring some of these recipes sold out within weeks and a second one is due out soon.
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