Nikandre Kopcke

Nikandre Kopcke is the founder of Mazí Mas. She gained her MSc in Gender, Development and Globalisation from the LSE's Gender Institute and has since worked with FoodCycle, social enterprise Rubies in the Rubble and eco chef Tom Hunt of Forgotten Feast. 

  • 'Nouná', the inspiration for Mazí Mas
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    Mazí Mas, “with us”
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    Women have played a seminal role in keeping food cultures all over the world alive. Nikandre Kopcke discusses her inspiration for setting up a pop-up restaurant which showcases the culinary talents and diverse cultural heritages of migrant women in London.

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    Anti-immigrant sentiment: time to talk about gender?
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    The way in which gender figures in the picture of anti-immigrant sentiment is rarely discussed, yet anti-immigrant sentiment, wherever it is found, represents a rejection of ‘feminized’ populations and a concern with a national illusion that is distinctly masculine.

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