On Restaurant Day anyone can set up a restaurant, café or a bar for a day. It can be anywhere: at your home, at the office, on a street corner, in your garden or inner courtyard, at a park, or on the beach – only your imagination is the limit.
@Krassimira, thanks for your observation, it's a difficult topic. Anyways, I think is the same case as people selling their children. Same as in Argentina where I come from. Young women are kidnapped and force to prostitute themselves in order to give money to someone who is in charge. Theses are examples of unofficial markets. But If you create the market you are allowing this things to happen. Giving money neither will change people's attitude towards donation, nor will put a population in a better situation. This is my opinion based on my ideals and values, it doesn't mean that I'm right. Interesting debate!
I’m concern about this inspirational concept. This idea reveals how 3rd world countries had suffered (and suffer) from the abuse of power of 1st world countries by showing a little bit of money or just more intimidatory ways. This countries need a change no your pocket change. Where does their donation go? Is it for them? To help themselves? I’m pretty sure it doesn’t. Secondly I think this author does not know how people live and work in those places. I think is not correct the assumption that paying people for taking a couple of days off will make them go for it. Lastly, I think the author should be more informed about behavioral change. Giving a reward doesn’t make a true change. Sorry if I’m to critical.