Dear all, today we have something really special for you. :) During the lockdown we have been working hard to prepare the Changemaker ToolKit - a platform with...

A collection of Italian recipes cannot lack the Italian food par excellence: Pizza! However, what we suggest is an uncommon take, starting from the liquid ingr...

Crescia sal furmai or Crescia d'Pasqua (Cheese bread or Easter bread, in the local dialect from Fano, Italy) is a cheese bread commonly made for Easter. That S...

#AskAQuestion: Did you meet some cool changemaking (school) education on your travels? If yes where?

Yes, we did. Education is a huge part of changemaking. Ac...

Let's come back to #AskAQuestion! First thing you wanted to know, and most asked question, is which of the visited countries we like the most. Down here is our...

Next #MileStoneExperience I want to tell you about is my Erasmus. If you had a chance to go for six months or one year student exchange, I'm sure you deeply ag...

Tatlisi means dessert in Turkish. This cream is made of sprouted wheat. It takes some planning to prepare it - the time for the grains to germinate - but it is...

Do you think you know better? Think twice. Especially when you are into helping somebody.

Let me share with you two situations which happened to me recently,...

You asked for more personal thoughts, so here we are – a little bit of a sum up about our first month in India. How is it? Intense, that didn’t change. Everyth...

This plant is called Touch-Me-Not. Alex from TheTribeGoa told us about it. How the English spread it around in the colonial times because they thought a plant...

Of all meals, I like breakfast the most. It tells us a lot about a given place, culture, people, their customs, beliefs and lifestyle. Lunch or dinner, they ma...

The cheesecake is not exactly a typical Italian recipe (with Greek origins, it has developed the style known today in the United States), so this post falls a...

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We are Anna and Andrea, a Polish-Italian couple traveling around the world. We are looking for changemakers,  in order to describe and share their stories.

Our journey is based on exchange: story telling and other skills in exchange for a place to sleep and food. 
 

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