Anne Frank House and Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe invite you to participate in an expert meeting dedicated to the use of the Stories that Move tool in international youth exchange programs, including discussions on diversity and discrimination.
Please consider applying for this meeting where you will meet with inspiring colleagues to exchange ideas on good practise. Use the link below to indicate your interest.
Location: Krzyżowa, Poland
Date: 23-25 March 2022
Language of the meeting: English
Deadline for application: 15 February 2022
Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual understanding in Europe (PL), Milan Šimečka Foundation (SK) and Anne Frank Zentrum (DE) are getting together to invite teachers from Slovakia, Poland and Germany to the workshop on Anti-discrimination education that will take part in Krzyżowa on 23-26.11.2022.
The workshop methods will be based on the Stories that Move - an online platform with a set of interactive tools for education against discrimination, in the form of multilingual hybrid learning materials (www.storiesthatmove.org). Nine project partners from seven European countries were involved in the development and creation of the Stories that Move platform (2015-18) and continue to work on disseminating the tool in formal and non-formal education.
The Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe invites teachers, tutors as well as school principals from Poland, Germany and Ukraine, interested in implementing tripartite school or extracurricular exchanges, to the On-Line contact meeting which will take place on 7 December 2021 at 17:00.
The purpose of the meeting is to:
- building partnerships between schools and other educational institutions from Poland, Germany and Ukraine,
- joint development of tripartite school / out-of-school exchange projects with partners from Ukraine,
- exchange of experiences and advice on practical and organizational aspects of school exchange live and online.
The freedom from & the freedom to…
in European and Arab Societies
youth leaders & project organizers
from Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Egypt, Tunisia and Jordan
26th November – 04th December, 2021
We all yearn for freedom, no matter where we live. Only how can we free ourselves from authoritarian structures? And where are the limits of our freedom, especially under conditions such as the Covid-19 crisis? How can we preserve freedom and human rights in times of severe frictions in our societies? How can we counter political and religious extremism? How can we strengthen civil society? Young activists of civil society (from Germany, Poland, and Lithuania, from Egypt, Tunisia, and Jordan) will share their experiences and find answers to those questions. We will do so in four steps: