Call for Applications

Would you like to become active against hate on the internet and learn more about counter-speech? Have you ever heard of the term "silent reader"?
Do you want to understand what a constructive discussion culture in social media can look like and how you can contribute to it?
Then we invite you to our online workshop - which is a live simulation, where you can develop strategies and tactics for dealing with hate speech on the Internet and learn what impact hate speech and discrimination have on our democracies and liberal societies.

After the pandemic break in 2020, we want to invite participants from Germany and Poland to meet face to face again in Oświęcim and Krzyżowa. This year's edition of the "Roads of Freedom" seminar treats the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Good Neighbourship and Friendly Cooperation as an opportunity to take a critical look at this neighborhood and to engage in nurturing it. 

The program is devoted, inter alia, to the planned "Place of Remembrance and Meetings with Poland" (Monument of Poland) in Berlin and the languages ​​of neighboring countries. As always, each point of the program will be an opportunity for a lively exchange of views between participants. Interpreters will be present during the seminar to help participants forget about the language barrier.

The event will only take place if the pandemic situation allows it.

The Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe invites teachers from Wrocław to a seminar on the tool of anti-discrimination education "Stories that Move". The seminar will be held as part of the Johanneum Novum project on 31st August 2021 from 9.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. in the outbuilding at 81 Romualda Traugutta Street in Wrocław.

Stories that Move is an online platform with a set of interactive tools for education against discrimination in the form of multilingual hybrid teaching materials (

During the seminar, participants will be presented with the tool and how to use it in class while working with students, as well as the pedagogical approach and methods supporting teachers in conversations on difficult topics related to discrimination.

Join the Youth Forum! Share your ideas in a workshop on planning the future of Europe and develop them in a creative media workshop. At the end of the Forum - during the European Ministerial Conference in Chemnitz - you will have a unique opportunity to present your ideas to high-ranking politicians and politicians, and thus to participate directly in the political debate.

On 6-10 September 2021, together with other young people from Poland and Germany, you can discuss the most important challenges that, in your opinion, Europe is facing, meet interesting people and together with them formulate postulates for the world of politics. And all in line with our motto: "Europe calling - your voice, your future!

Call for Applications


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