Below you will find full report and the abstract of the newest research on verbal violence against minority groups. Report was prepraed by the Centre for Research on Prejudice of the University of Warsaw in cooperation with the Stefan Batory Foundation within Citizens for Democracy programme financed by EEA Grants.
Despite the weather there was no reason to complain about the frequency in the “No-hate House”. Once again it has showed up that NGOs are warmly welcomed at Woodstock Festival. Read more
90 organisations, institutions and informal groups, 72 events in 50 locations in Poland. Schools, clubs, after-school clubs, coffee shops, libraries took part in the Refugee Day celebrations, which had place from 18th to 25th of June in Poland. Read more
This year, for the third time, within Citizens for Democracy Programme, we invited non governmental organisations to take part in the Equality Parade. 22 orgnisations took part in the NGO Platform. Photo release below. Read more
Our visit to Oslo and the opportunity to learn more about the Norwegian system of integration work with refugees were a fascinating experience – for a number of reasons. Firstly: as opposed to Poland, Norway has resources used for purposes of developing a system to integrate refugees and migrants. Secondly: the state assumes responsibility for creating the system – again, as opposed to Poland, where integration is chiefly handled by the non-governmental community, and remains marginal to state interests – Agnieszka Kosowicz from Polish Migration Forum writes about norwegian system of reffugees integration. Read more