In the second half of February, we launched the “Bakers Without Borders – B(re)aking Bread and Borders” project, supported by the Niwano Peace Foundation, Japan. In the coming months, young people from several ethnic minorities will “mix” and become friends with Bulgarian youth. Each group will take part in three different workshops – a bread-making event on the topic “Who am I?” and based on the Theater of Crumbs Method, in which the participants will knead bread and use their imagination to create an improvised theater with bread figures; Kitchen music – creating text and melody of a song with kitchen tools; and playing the “Bakers Without Borders” game for social entrepreneurship. All workshops will be led by the team of the Sofia Bread House and we will be inviting the participants to share their views, stories, dreams, as well as the challenges in their communities and possibilities for addressing them. The project ends on 21 October with an Open Door Day, when participants will prepare and present traditional dishes and share them with relatives, friends, classmates and the local community. The event will also include a photo exhibit with moments of the project events, a concert with the songs created during the Kitchen Music workshops and an exhibition of bread figures and sculptures. You can find more about the schedule of the events and sign up from Sandra Topalska at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +359 885 039 071.