The Bazar is made up of around 60 stands, most of them representing a country. During our three-day event, these stands sell products that are typical for their country. From food and drinks to a wide variety of non-food products, like jewellery, arts, clothes, accessories, toys, books and much more.
Head of stands and volunteers
All stands are run by a ‘Head of stand’ who organises all the work involved with the help of a team. Some get help from companies, donating money, or embassies that help by hosting events for their representative country. However, all stands are fully independent and run by volunteers, devoting their private time, effort, and energy to making the Bazar a success. The stands symbolise the world getting together, forgetting religions, borders, politics and other differences, to raise money for those less fortunate.