To have intercultural conversations and learn from different cultures. But also having fun together!
The social erasmus committee organised cooking and eating with refugees. So there were both (international) students and refugees, which was really nice to get to know each other. Also, we got a lot of food from foodshare and leftovers from the university, so we used food which would otherwise go to waste.
The location was a community centre in the city centre of Wageningen, there was a big kitchen and a cosy room where we could eat!