Nienke Galjaard
Sun 2 Dec

Publication available soon, pre-order now*

Aleppo soap has been prepared with a traditional recipe for hundreds of years. About three hundred families in Syria ran businesses producing this type of soap, but due to the war production is now impossible. The soap is tied to countless personal stories and memories, which Syrian refugees took with them. Connecting the soap to a digital publication Ghar gives a face to these personal stories and memories in order to make Syrian refugees less anonymous in our society.

*In case you want to pre-order this publication please send an email to Mention the number of requested titles, the title(s) of the book(s), your name, address and telephone number (optional). We will send you the link to the Webshop as soon as it is available. After confirming the payment, you will receive a confirmation. The book will be shipped to you by PostNL as soon as possible.

Read more about the project here.

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