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In Wrocław, over every tenth inhabitant is of Ukrainian origin. That is why it is so important to develop friendly relations between Poland and Ukraine. We subscribe to the words of the President of Wrocław Jacek Sutryk, who met with the Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland Andria Deshchytsia yesterday. The meeting concerned the Ukrainian minority in Wrocław and future joint projects.  Important words were also said by the Ambassador in an interview with Jan Piekło at the Pan Tadeusz Museum (directo...Więcej »
Since yesterday we have been in Milan - a city of fashion, football, the ghosts of Caravaggio and Leonardo da Vinci, and since yesterday also place for discussions and workshops on migration, refugee and socio-economic integration. We participate in the "Mid-Term Regional Consultation" event, where, together with representatives of over 35 EU cities, the European Commission, national ministries, national associations and research institutes, we discuss ways to deal with many of the challenges f...Więcej »
Teachers and headmasters, parents and guardians, this is the following autumn offer of BRAVE KIDS addressed to children and youth from Wroclaw. This year there will be four extraordinary events in October with young artists from various countries as part of the Brave Kids Together project. For high schools is planned i.a. a Spektakl grupy teatralnej AFRO RAIZ z Amazoni, which will take place on October 15 at 10:30 at the Oratorium Marianum, on the square Plac Uniwersytecki 1. At the same time,...Więcej »
Once again, the world of local business will meet with the world. On October 17, Made in Wroclaw 2019 will take place at the Congress Center at Hala Stulecia. Made in Wrocław is a combination of conferences and free trade fairs, during which you will have the opportunity to meet companies and startups that have grown up on local soil from scratch and are conquering global markets today. The exhibition will present new technologies and products closely. Participants will be able to learn from in...Więcej »
Only till end of today you will be able to see the exhibition "Rosenburg in the shadow of the National Socialist past" at the Zajezdnia History Center. The exhibition not only presents the realities of post-war Germany, but also talks about universal issues such as responsibility, guilt, punishment and the need to seek the truth. The exhibition at the Zajezdnia History Center shows reality in the first years of operation of the Ministry of Justice of the Federal Republic of Germany, when many ...Więcej »
"Let's mow" - it is Polish language courses organized by the  Foundation "Ukraina" for third-country nationals at various levels: from basic to advanced. In the period from July 2018 till April 2021 we have planned 10 sessions of courses. The duration of session is 3-4 months. The participants study in 15 person groups. Everyone gets materials for efficient and comfortable learning. (Workbook, original and specifically tailored exercises form teachers. The study schedule is planned individuall...Więcej »
 It is important to make people aware and remind them what hate speech is and why it is harmful. Not in a didactic manner, but supported by specific explanations, examples and actions. This year, from May to September, we conducted a series of training in counteracting hate speech at Wrocławskie Centrum Integracji:  - 5 trainings for 48 housing estate councils  - 2 training for property managers - 2 trainings for cultural institutions The Police and City Guard participated in each meeting. T...Więcej »
Today during the conference took place the premiere of the school manual for parents and foreign-language children. We have included useful information in it, which - we hope - will help them find new school conditions. The manual has been prepared in three language versions: Polish, English and Ukrainian. See for yourself:           We recommend printing in A5 format on 130 gsm matte paper. Special thanks to the authors of the manual: Aleksandra Kosior and Oli...Więcej »
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