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#MyGreat Cooking Class

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Chem. du Pré-Fleuri 15 15 Chemin du Pré-Fleuri 1228 Plan-les-Ouates Switzerland

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About this event

#MyGreat Cooking Classes brought to you by UN Human Rights (OHCHR) and Nik’s Fudo (Social Caterer)

The #MyGreat Cooking Class is part of UN Human Right’s #StandUp4Migrants campaign, which advocates telling a new story of migration that is inclusive and paints a hopeful picture of the our collective future.

Because we believe in the bonding powers of food and storytelling - Like humankind, food has an age-old history of MyGreat-ing and a power to connect people through shared ingredients, memories, laughter and conversations folded in along its path.

If you are in Geneva, Switzerland, Sign Up for one of the MyGreat cooking classes, limited seats available. We invite you to put your chef’s hat on and join us in celebrating food and migration!


  • Single person attendance for 3 hour class
  • Take-aways of the starter, main course and dessert that you will learn to prepare 😋
  • A glass of wine and juice
  • Take-home copies of the recipes from the class
  • Aprons and other cooking gear for use during the class.
  • Opportunity to meet new people and have lots of fun while cooking😊


You can sign up for one or multiple classes:

  • Saturday, November 19 at 2 PM (Sri Lankan cuisine)
  • Saturday, December 10 at 2 PM
  • Saturday, January 21 at 2 PM
  • Saturday, February 18 at 2 PM


The cooking class is located at Chemin du Pré -Fleuri 15, 1228 Plan-Les Ouates. Bâtiment B, 4th floor.


Nik’s Fudo is a social enterprise that fully participates in promoting women who have migrated from different countries to Geneva. Thanks to this activity, they are able to gain financial independence and find community.


UN Human Rights works to promote, protect and fulfill the human rights of all people, including all migrants. This includes sharing stories that uplift, inspire and connect people no matter where they come from or what they look like. Most importantly, we want to share stories told by migrants themselves. By finding that we have more in common than that which divides us, we can realise that standing up for migrants’ rights means standing up for everyone’s rights.

The #MyGreat Cooking Class is part of UN Human Rights' #StandUp4Migrants campaign, which advocates telling a new story of migration that is inclusive and paints a hopeful picture of our collective future.

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