Free workshops on migration, cultures, and breaking stereotypes for primary schools in Warsaw.
The number of children and teenagers facing the challenge of migration and adapting to the new environment is increasing. In order to help them, Foundation for Freedom has created free cross-cultural workshops for primary students and trainings for teachers.
The main goal of the workshops is to show children the variety of cultures and immigrant groups in Poland and to help children understand the phenomenon of migration. Workshops teach to cooperate and respect each other, help break stereotypes, support building good relationships between learners and shows them how to regulate their emotions.
During workshops for teachers, we discuss theoretical aspects of migration, share good practices, materials, and sources on working with children.
If you want to learn more about the project or available dates, contact Martyna Łukaszewska at email@example.com.
Informacji na temat projektu oraz dostępnych terminów udziela Martyna Łukaszewska firstname.lastname@example.org.
For many years, the Foundation for Freedom has been working with children, youth and families with migration experience, incl. in centers for foreigners and schools.
Project is finansed under the project Comprehensive protection services and enhanced community-based protection for persons affected by the war in Ukraine and seeking refuge in Poland through Community Centers and mobile outreach activities financed from aid of UNHCR and Danish Refugee Council (number of agreement DRC-POL-2023-006) and created in a partnership with International Rescue Committee (IRC). This material represents views of Fundacja dla Wolności only and cannot be identified with the stance of IRC.