journeys at home and abroad
Arrived in Brussels for week-long awareness training on religious discrimination, made possible by a mobility grant from the EU, through Grundtvig. People from different religious traditions from all over Europe are taking part – well from all over the EU, so not from Bosnia (wish you were here, Bosnia friends!).
So, another internet café, another keyboard to master (this time azerty). This café is fantastic. It’s called Outpost and is really an alternative youth club, full of teenage boys, board games and computer games, Twix and crisps to buy, plenty chat and laughter, even a table for mums to sit at while they wait. We should have one in Clapham.
The work starts tomorrow.