An interview with Immigration Office staff members was supported by a presentation on rules and regulations concerning immigration policy in Poland. The presentation and replies to the students’ questions gave an insight into the situation concerning the policy towards immigrant run by the Polish government. This helped to compare such policies run all over Europe.
During the visit, its participants went to a Guarded Refugee Centre in Lesznowola (near Grojec). An interview with the Refugee Centre staff as well as a refugee was carried out. The students taking part in the visit had prepared questions to both the staff and refugees themselves. For many students it was the firs time […]
A performance on the Independence Day in Poland was prepared by the hosting students. It also gave an opportunity to present the history of Poland, full of waves of migration and patriotic attitude.
Presentations of waves of migration in the school assembly hall were given by each country separately. Along with the historical background of migrations, there were also shown their implications. This was a perfect opportunity to compare different waves of migration throughout Europe in its long history.
The music of XVI century opened the first short-term meeting in Poland. The instruments have left the Philharmony the first time for the last thirty years. The concert was a nice form of relaxation.
WE ARE ALL MIGRANTS OF THIS WORLD project ITINERARY – visit in Poland 13th – 19th NOVEMBER 2016 12th November (Saturday) – arrival day (Spain) 13th November (Sunday) – arrival day (Greece) 14th November (Monday) 08.00-09.00 – Welcome meeting followed by a Warsaw Philharmonic Concert of classical music (early morning relaxation) 09.00-09.40 – showing around […]
Prior to the first short-term meeting in Poland, the students taking part in the project received the following tasks to do: Prepare a Power Point school and region presentation – max. 10 min. Prepare a Power Point presentation on waves of migration in your country throughout history and their implications – max. 10 min. Make […]