The Power of Connection – In conversation with Nathalie, the RPM Coordinator

By Francesca Celenta, RPM volunteer project Voice During the intercultural training Refugee Project Maastricht (RPM) offers, as an icebreaker, we were asked what gives us energy. The majority of people responded that what makes them happy is being surrounded by people. Sharing a meal or a conversation with a friend or family member is what […]

The Purpose Paradox

By Ashique Wassy Board Member (Treasurer) of MSA Nour   The complex mysteries of the world are unfolding drastically every next day as science and technology are making it possible to come up with flying cars and hoverboards, satellites and mobile phones, yet many are still struggling to stay happy and content. If we asked  […]

Nowrooz

My name Saeed. I am from Iran. This month is RPM’s fifth anniversary. I would like to introduce you to the celebrations of another culture and would love to tell you about how we celebrate in Iran. Its name is Nowrooz and it starts at the beginning of spring. In fact, it is also the […]

A commmunity of care

In these unique times of social distancing and closed borders, empty schools and virtual workspaces, we are experiencing a form of separation that most of us are unfamiliar with. In order to keep our loved ones safe from the novel Corona virus we have been asked to distance ourselves from our extended family, friends, roommates, […]

SOS – Bring the people in Moria in safety

Currently, the 22,000 people in the Moria camp live under the serious threat of COVID-19. This is a call on Europe to bring the people of Moria in safety. Refugee Project Maastricht stands with Moria! Protect people not borders! Evacuate the camp now!! Don’t forget to share your picture with #sosmoria and make sure that we #leavenoonebehind. And […]

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