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Indian culture in focus for second SASA/SASNET Fika without borders event
May 21, 2014 - 17:00-19:00
SASA holds these events once a month, and each time the focus is one of the eight South Asian countries, that is the member states of SAARC. Students and researchers as well as other interested people are invited in an informal way to share their knowledge and experience of the country in focus. The first Fika Without Borders South Asia event was successfully held on April 16th, with Nepal being the country in focus.
Venue: Lund University External Relations (ER) building, Stora Algatan 4, Lund (entrance to basement hall from the parking lot to the left of the building).
Fika Without Borders events were popularised by participants in the ”Social Innovation in a Digital Context (SIDC)” programme at Lund University. The concept comes from the belief that a coffee table gathering can bring together people from all over the world. Fika is a social institution in Sweden; it means having a coffee break with one’s colleagues, friends, date or family. These simple egalitarian social interactions can help break barriers and change the world one fika at a time.