Tuna, sallad, onion, bread …
It’s ten in the morning and Mark Ackon has just arrived at the Hague World House and is unpacking groceries.
– Put us to work! He says to the woman who has been asked to be responsible for today’s lunch.
The Hague’s World House is an information and advisory center, with the aim of giving people who live in the Netherlands without papers, the opportunity to make well-informed decisions about their lives and their future. Since the start in 2011, staff, volunteers and the migrants have shared lunch three times a week and the food is always prepared by the migrants.