The solidarity network which revolves around food.
Empowering and celebrating migrant cooks on their journey to integration and independence.
deconstructing prejudices, informing the civil society about migration and cultural diversity.
and trustful relationships between migrant cooks, catering professionals and the civil society.
Facilitating migrant cooks' socio - professional insertion
by accompanying them in the realization of their academic or professional project.
In the current migratory context, France, like other countries, welcomes individuals who migrated for diverse reasons ranging from security and human rights to poverty and climate change.
Despite their acquisition of international protection or a residence permit, they continue to face discrimination. They are confronted with barriers which not only prevent them from creating link with other individuals but also from asserting their skills and diplomas on the labour market.
Stamtish, is the result of a shared conviction: that cooking facilitates connection and exchanges between people, cultures and territories.
We are convinced that cooking can be a real vector of inclusion for migrants.
Stamtish was born from these observations, in April 2019. Its name is inspired by the alsatian "convivial table"
The Strasbourg non-profit charity organisation aims to facilitate the socio-professional inclusion of people with a migrant background and strives to fight against discrimination to which they are victims.
To do this, we are working to create a solidarity network through the organization of culinary events by putting these people in touch with catering professionals.
We accompany them in defining and setting up their future projects, in connection with the catering industry.
Since environmental and migration issues are intertwined, it seems important to us to take an interest in these two themes. Thus, through our activities, we are committed to initiate a discussion on sustainable food and its impact on the environment and migration.