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Some inhabitants of Wrocław celebrate Christmas just 14 days after Catholic holidays – on January 7. The Eastern Churches include, for example Greek Catholics and Orthodox Christians. The difference in dates comes from the fact that the Eastern churches measure time with the Julian calendar, while the Catholic churches use the Gregorian calendar. Christmas celebrations begin on Christmas Eve (January 6.) with a traditional Christmas Eve Supper (or Sviata Vecheria – Holy Supper). On this day, al...Więcej »
2020 is coming to an end, and as we know, there is no year’s end without a summary! We will remember 2020 as a year of unexpectedness and many changes, but also hard work and the growth of the WroMigrant team. Since the beginning of 2020, over 607 people have contacted us with questions on the legalisation of stay, employment, education, medical care and other issues. Together, we discussed 893 cases and questions. We were also your point of contact during the rapidly changing epidemiological...Więcej »
Together with the Wroclaw Center for Social Development team we take the opportunity to express our best wishes. May the coming days be filled with joy, good health and openness to others. At the same time, we would like to inform you that the Information Point for Migrants will be closed on 24-25 December. We do not provide telephone and e-mail consultations these days. We look forward to seeing you on Monday, 28 December. Merry Christmas!    ...Więcej »
December 18 is International Migrants Day. On this day in 1990, the UN General Assembly adopted the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families. Ten years later, International Migrants Day appeared on our calendars. The celebration of this day aims to promote respect for the human rights and fundamental freedoms of all people living outside the country of origin. Who is a migrant? Currently, there is no generally accepted intern...Więcej »
On September 17, 2020, Wrocław councilors supported the decision to join the European Coalition of Cities Against Racism. In December, Wrocław was officially admitted to the alliance. The capital of Lower Silesia is the first and only representative of Poland in the Coalition. European Coalition of Cities against Racism, ECCR is a social movement of European cities to combat racism. The initiative was established by UNESCO in 2004 in Nuremberg, Germany. Currently, the coalition includes 156 cit...Więcej »
Recruitment for the Polish language course for non-EU citizens "Let's mów!" has started. This course is not like a school lesson. Instead of lectures, the MODE – move and develop foundation has prepared a lot of language games and opportunities for discussions. They focus on learning through practice. In a good atmosphere and completely unconventional. Who can participate: ➔ Adults (18 years old or more), third country nationals (non-EU, non-EEA European Economic Area) living in and around Wr...Więcej »
Wroclaw joins the celebration of the International Day for Tolerance on November 16. The Wroclaw Center for Social Development and NGOs have prepared a number of events for the Wroclaw residents on tolerance and countering stereotypes and discrimination. International Day for Tolerance in Wroclaw Schedule of events 16.11.2020, Monday CONSULTATIONS WITH EXPERTS – ON-CALL DUTY Bartłomiej Ciążyński, Social Advisor to the Mayor of Wroclaw for Tolerance and Counteracting Xenophobia tel: 600 430...Więcej »
In times of epidemic, access to information may be difficult, and questions about the legalization of stay do not disappear. That is why we have prepared a list of useful official sources for you. Here you can find a lot of information on the legalization of stay and work, as well as find answers to your questions: – Integrated System of Service for Foreigners of the Lower Silesian Voivodship Office, here you will find here a complete set of information on all types of r...Więcej »
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