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    ENGLISH TEACHING
     
    The program is addressed to schools, teachers, local leaders and non-governmental organizations. Through training and grant competitions, it supports efforts aimed at improving the quality of English language teaching to children and youth from small towns and rural areas. The program’s rich offer contributes to the professional development of English teachers who are working in small localities.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Nidzica Development Foundation “NIDA”
    3 Rzemieślnicza St., 13-100 Nidzica
    tel. (48 89) 625-36-51, tel./fax (48 89) 625-36-62
    e-mail: j.kowalczyk@nida.pl

    englishteaching.org.pl

     

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    PAFF Directors visits the Nidzica Development Foundation NIDA
    PAFF Directors visits the Nidzica Development Foundation NIDA
    Ceremonial initiation of the first American Garden in Poland, “English Teaching” demo lesson ...
    EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
     
    This is a system of support for local initiatives aimed at equalizing educational opportunities for comprehensive development of children and youth from small towns and rural areas. The program consists of regular grant competitions as well as training and regional forums enabling the exchange of experiences between NGOs and other entities involved in projects related to education and training of children and youth.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Civis Polonus Foundation
    Bagatela 10 St., Ap. 36, 00-585 warsaw
    tel. +48 509 725 536; (48 22) 827 52 49
    e-mail: fundacja@civispolonus.org.pl

    rownacszanse.pl

     

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    Ready for the Future. Debate on the challenges faced by youth
    Ready for the Future. Debate on the challenges faced by youth
    It’s already for the third time that the “Equal Opportunities” program initiated probably as ...
    LEARNING SCHOOLS (LES)
     
    The purpose of this program is to improve the quality of Polish education using the best foreign models and domestic experiences. Its objective is to improve teaching and assessment methods and comprehensive school development based on cooperation of teaching staff members. Schools develop new solutions and share their best practices. The program includes post-graduate studies for school principals as well as interactive Internet courses for teachers. Particular emphasis is placed on schools in rural ...
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Center for Citizenship Education Foundation
    10 Noakowskiego St. Ap. 1, 00-666 Warsaw
    tel. (48 22) 875 85 40, fax (48 22) 875 85 40 int. 102
    e-mail: ceo@ceo.org.pl

    The School with Class Foundation ("School with Class")
    19 Śniadeckich St., 00-654 Warsaw
    tel. (48) 518 287 625
    e-mail: fundacja@szkolazklasa.org.pl

    sus.ceo.org.pl

     

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    The “LES” Summer School for Directors
    The “LES” Summer School for Directors
    In the beginning of July, while students and teachers were enjoying their summer holidays, ...
    PAFF AND UW SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
     
    The objective of the program, implemented jointly with the University of Warsaw (UW), is to prepare candidates for the teaching profession. This one-year postgraduate, full-time study is addressed to graduates of MA/MSc studies in Polish language, math, biology and history. The innovative curriculum was developed in cooperation with Columbia University Teachers College in New York. The PAFF and UW School of Education also conducts training sessions, seminars and e-learning courses for in-service ...
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Foundation for Quality Education
    ul. Banacha 2C, 02-097 Warszawa
    tel. (22) 55 43 790, (22) 55 43 789
    e-mail: kontakt@szkolaedukacji.pl

    szkolaedukacji.pl

     

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    PAFF Directors met at the PAFF and UW School of Education
    PAFF Directors met at the PAFF and UW School of Education
    Prof. Anna Fornalczyk and Rector Krzysztof Pawłowski have visited the PAFF and UW School of ...
    PROJECTOR - STUDENT VOLUNTEERS
     
    The idea is to tap into the intellectual potential and energy of university students in order to promote equal educational opportunities for children and youth from small localities as well as activating the volunteers’ social involvement. This is achieved by having groups of student-volunteers carry out educational projects at schools and other institutions.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Educational Enterprise Foundation
    ul. Marii Curie Skłodowskiej 3/2.32
    20-029 Lublin
    e-mail: biuro@projektor.org.pl
    tel: +48 507 703 240

    www.projektor.org.pl

     

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    Summer workshops with “PROJECTOR” and IT for SHE Kids
    Summer workshops with “PROJECTOR” and IT for SHE Kids
    Are you active in local NGO, Farmer’s Wives Club, culture institution, community center or ...
    BRIDGE SCHOLARSHIPS
     
    A joint undertaking by NGOs, public institutions and firms is addressed to secondary school graduates from rural areas and small towns. The program enables them to receive scholarships for their first year of academic study. It opens the recipients a door to further assistance within the Top Student competition, language scholarships, doctoral scholarships as well as foreign internships.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Educational Enterprise Foundation
    27/29 Sterlinga St., 90-212 Lodz
    tel. (48 42) 632-59-91, 631-95-58, fax (48 42) 630-27-81
    e-mail: fep@fep.lodz.pl

    www.stypendia-pomostowe.pl

    Polish-American Internship Initiative: www.paii.pl

    The Good Network Foundation (“My Scholarship” and “e-volunteering”)
    ul. Marszałkowska 6/17, 00-590 Warszawa
    tel. (22) 825 70 22
    e-mail: biuro@dobrasiec.org

    www.dobrasiec.org

     

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    Bridge Scholarships – a bridge to the better future
    Bridge Scholarships – a bridge to the better future
    High school-leavers coming from small towns or villages and low-income families may apply for ...
    THIRD AGE UNIVERSITIES (TAU)
     
    The objective of this program is to unleash the social energy of senior citizens. It is carried out at two levels: the “Seniors in Action” grant competition, under which senior citizens come up with ideas and carry out projects for the benefit of their local communities and intergenerational integration, as well as support for the Third Age Universities by providing them with training opportunities and mini-grants for cyclical activities that promotes TAU students’ volunteering.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Association of the Creative Initiatives "ę"
    55 Mokotowska St., 00-542 Warszawa
    tel. (4822) 396-55-16
    e-mail: listy@seniorzywakcji.pl

    seniorzywakcji.pl

     

    News
     
    10 years of the „Seniors in Action” competition
    10 years of the „Seniors in Action” competition
    The 10th round of the „Seniors in Action” competition is pending. The competition, with its ...
    SUPPORT FOR NGOS
     
    An information and support system for Polish NGOs and civic initiatives. It includes the Non-Governmental Organizations’ Portal ngo.pl, the free Infoline 801-646-719, a database of organizations and institutions, as well as the “Third Sector” quarterly. The program also offers training, counseling and publications on NGO management (“FIMANGO”, “PROMENGO” and the Kursodrom.pl). It also supports non-governmental organizations with information and advocacy efforts designed to help them effectively obtain ...
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    "MIS@NGO”: The Klon/Jawor Association
    5 Szpitalna St. Ap. 5, 00-031 Warsaw
    Info-line (48) 801-646-719, fax (48 22) 828-91-29
    e-mail: klon@klon.org.pl
    Non-governmental Organization's Portal: www.ngo.pl
    www.eu.ngo.pl

    "FIMANGO": The Civil Society Development Foundation
    6 Kłopotowskiego St., Apt. 59/60, 03-717 Warsaw
    tel.(48 22) 616-33-16, fax (48 22) 616-32-46,
    e-mail: fimango@frso.pl

    “NGO Training”: The Academy of Civic Organizations Foundation
    ul. Królowej Marysieńki 48
    02-954 Warszawa
    tel. (22) 550 28 10
    e-mail: faoo@faoo.pl
    www.kursodrom.pl

     

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    New image of ngo.pl portal
    New image of ngo.pl portal
    Clear and understandable, intuitively navigated, with content presented in attractive form, ...
    ACT LOCALLY
     
    Grant competitions organized by the network of Act Locally Centers (ALC) lend support to many different initiatives of non-governmental organizations and informal groups that activate communities of villages and small towns, serving their developmental aspirations. The activities involve cooperation of various partners and all respond to the specific needs of their local communities. As a result, they contribute to the building of social capital and the overall improvement of the quality of life. ...
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Academy for the Development of Philantropy in Poland
    6 Marszałkowska St. Ap. 6, 00-590 Warsaw
    tel. (48 22) 622-01-22, fax (48 22) 622-02-11
    e-mail: arfp@filantropia.org.pl

    dzialajlokalnie.pl

    News
     
    Training sessions for Act Locally Centers Network. Report
    Training sessions for Act Locally Centers Network. Report
    A series of training sessions for Act Locally Centers Network took place from February 27 to ...
    SECTOR 3.0
     
    The aim is to broaden the knowledge and skills of non-governmental organizations’ employees and activists in the practical use of modern information and communication technologies (ICT). The program comprises several components: informational (website, VOD, and blog), promotional (Sector 3.0 Festivals), advisory (ICT Mobile Advisors network and e-learning), and financial (Innovation Fund).
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Information Society Development Foundation
    ul. Kopernika 17, 00-359 Warszawa
    tel.: (48 22) 123 90 20
    Contact person: Dawid Szarański
    mobile: +48 530 69 11 99

    sektor3-0.pl

     

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    Sector 3.0 Festival: smarter and better work thanks to technologies
    Sector 3.0 Festival: smarter and better work thanks to technologies
    Is there a recipe for effective work at the time of permanent social and technological changes? ...
    PAFF LEADERS
     
    This undertaking is primarily addressed to active participants of various PAFF programs, supporting development of the local leaders’ skills and qualifications necessary to work effectively for the benefit of their communities. The program uses the tutoring method; placing a tutor with a leader for a protracted length of time. Program alumni are encouraged to participate in workshops, study visits to Poland and other countries, and meetings with public figures.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    Zbigniew Pełczyński School for Leaders Foundation
    12A Wiejska St., 00-490 Warsaw
    tel. (4822) 556-82-50, (4822) 556-82-54, fax (4822) 556-82-51
    e-mail: liderzy@szkola-liderow.pl

    liderzy.pl

     

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    Monika Horna-Cieślak was a guest of PAFF Leaders congress
    Monika Horna-Cieślak was a guest of PAFF Leaders congress
    “I can see in you a lot of energy, sensitivity, and willingness to change the world,” the Child ...
    PRO PUBLICO BONO
     
    Under the program, PAFF currently supports the Bolesław Wierzbiański Award for local newspapers, offers training for local media journalists under the “Media Forum. Local Development” project, and organizes the annual Civic Congress in Warsaw.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Local Press Association (The Bolesław Wierzbiański Award)

    The Media Forum Foundation (“Media Forum. Local Development”)

    The Institute for Market Economics (Civic Congress)

    The Pro Publico Bono Competition Foundation (2000-2014)

     

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    Local media journalists met at the PAFF Head Office
    Local media journalists met at the PAFF Head Office
    Digital transformation of a title, local portal subscriptions, interventional journalism, and ...
    LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
     
    From 2009 to 2015, thanks to the partnership of PAFF with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, 3,808 public libraries in municipalities and rural communes with population of up to 20,000 inhabitants had been supported. They have become modern multifunctional centers which provide access to information, culture and education. From 2021 to 2023, the program reached over 400 new libraries. One of our methods for consolidating program outcomes is to increase the digital competencies of librarians and ...
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Information Society Development Foundation
    ul. Kopernika 17, 00-359 Warszawa
    tel.: (48 22) 123 90 20

    biblioteki.org

     

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    How do libraries help? The 14th Library Congress
    How do libraries help? The 14th Library Congress
    How Can I Help? Was the slogan of this year’s 14th National Library Congress, that took place ...
    PAFF LOCAL PARTNERSHIPS
     
    The purpose of the program is to initiate and develop cooperation among beneficiaries of various PAFF programs who establish Local Partnerships and involve other local organizations and institutions, as well as entrepreneurs, self-government bodies, and media in the implementing partnership projects responding to diagnosed local community needs. Their activities, using the method of animating local communities worked out in the program, contribute to the consolidation of social capital.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Academy for the Development of Philanthropy in Poland
    ul. Marszałkowska 6/6, 00-590 Warszawa
    tel. (22) 622 01 22

    www.lokalnepartnerstwa.org.pl

     

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    The Partnership Development Academy is on
    The Partnership Development Academy is on
    Almost 40 representatives of 15 Initiative Groups coming from the most active municipalities ...
    GREEN LEADER
     
    The program supports local leaders who want to gain knowledge and competencies in conducting actions aimed at protecting the environment in their local communities and dealing with climate change, as well as effectively obtaining EU funds for implementation of their initiatives.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Sendzimir Foundation
    46a Mokotowska St., Ap. 25
    00-543 Warszawa

    zielonylider.org

    tel. +48 663 202 050

    Contact person:
    Maria Wiśnicka
    Project Coordinator

     

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    Join Green Leaders Team. The enrollment is on
    Join Green Leaders Team. The enrollment is on
    Poland will receive over PLN 100 billion for energy transformation and adaptation to climate ...
    LANE KIRKLAND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
     
    A scholarship program for young leaders from Eastern Europe as well as the South Caucasus and Central Asia. Through the two-semester post-graduate studies at Polish universities and professional internships, scholars have an opportunity to learn about Poland’s transformation experience and integration with the European Union. The offer includes one-semester courses for academics.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Leaders of Change Foundation
    Al. Jerozolimskie 133 lok. 56
    02-304 Warszawa
    Program Director: Urszula Sobiecka
    tel. (48) 504 103 904

    kirkland.edu.pl

     

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    Warsaw hosted this-year’s Kirklanders
    Warsaw hosted this-year’s Kirklanders
    The meeting of Kirkland Program scholarship holders in Warsaw is a permanent event held for ...
    REGION IN TRANSITION (RITA)
     
    The program supports initiatives of Polish non-governmental organizations aimed at sharing various aspects Poland’s experience in transformation This is implemented in cooperation with partners in Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Central Asia. The program offers grants, training opportunities and experts’ support, as well as assistance in establishing cooperation with foreign partners.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Education for Democracy Foundation
    9/11 Nowolipie St., 00-150 Warsaw
    e-mail: rita@fed.org.pl

    programrita.org

     

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    “Support for Ukraine” – a fast RITA grant path
    “Support for Ukraine” – a fast RITA grant path
    The Polish-American Freedom Foundation and the Education for Democracy Foundation invite Polish ...
    STUDY TOURS TO POLAND (STP)
     
    These study visits, implemented since 2004, are to show the realities of Poland and the EU to active citizens of East European, South Caucasus and Central Asia countries. The participants are university student leaders from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and Moldova as well as professionals from countries of the Region. Under the program the Foundation supports the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA) addressed to experts coming from Eastern Partnership countries.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Leaders of Change Foundation
    Al. Jerozolimskie 133 lok. 56
    02-304 Warszawa
    e-mail: stp@studytours.pl

    studytours.pl

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    “Study Tours to Poland” for students from Ukraine and Moldova
    “Study Tours to Poland” for students from Ukraine and Moldova
    Recruitment for study tours for students to be held in October and November 2023 is on. We ...
    SUPPORT FOR UKRAINE
     
    A special program launched by the Polish-American Freedom Foundation in response to the war in Ukraine is addressed to Polish NGOs helping the civilian population in Ukraine as well as war refugees coming to Poland.
    PROGRAM MANAGER:

    The Education for Democracy Foundation
    ul. Nowolipie 9/11, 00-150 Warszawa
    e-mail: ukraina@fed.org.pl

    Contacts persons:
    Sylwia Gajownik, the Education for Democracy Foundation, Tel. +48 535 854 424
    Agnieszka Świeczka, the Education for Democracy Foundation, Tel. +48 605 787 757

    fed.org.pl/wspieramy-ukraine

     

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    Over PLN 1.6 million for intervention projects
    Over PLN 1.6 million for intervention projects
    Under “Support for Ukraine”, the new program of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation, 59 ...
     
    • The finals of the “Contemporaries of Independent Poland” competition
    • The finals of the “Contemporaries of Independent Poland” competition
    • The finals of the “Contemporaries of Independent Poland” competition
    • The finals of the “Contemporaries of Independent Poland” competition
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    The finals of the “Contemporaries of Independent Poland” competition
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    The finals of the “Contemporaries of Independent Poland” competition

    On November 9, 2018 the finals of the “Contemporaries of Independent Poland” competition to celebrate the Centenary of Regaining Independence by Poland was held at the History Meeting House in Warsaw.

    There were short video presentations of the projects, and talks with the Project Teams by Agnieszka Kudełka of Ośrodek KARTA and Krzysztof Willmann, a literature scholar and an expert of the Polish Declarations of Admiration and Friendship for the United States. Next Zbigniew Gluza, the President of Ośrodek KARTA announced the Competition Committee’s decision, and the prizes were presented to the winners.

    The “Contemporaries of Independent Poland” competition was announced by the Ośrodek KARTA as part of the Infinitely Independent project to celebrate the Centenary of Regaining Independence by Poland. It was based on the Polish Declarations of Admiration and Friendship for the United States. The document, posted on the “Infinitely Independent – People” website, consists of 111-volume album of greetings for the American people to acknowledge American support for regaining independence by Poland and humanitarian aid after World War I. It consists of 30,000 pages with signatures of 5.5 million Polish citizens of all nationalities, collected in 1926. The youngest of those who signed the Declarations were 7 years old – they were born in 1918 and were the contemporaries of Independent Poland. Hence the title of the competition that was addressed to young people. Its organizers assumed that every community, every school, every student might find a close, important or interesting person among those who signed the Declarations and telling their stories trace also a piece of Poland’s history. It was assumed that the stories would make a collective portrait of the society of Second Republic of Poland and would be an original way of celebrating the Centenary of Regaining Independence, also at a local level.

    Originally, the new authors working within various institutions (schools, libraries, cultural centers, but also informal groups, family, etc.) were offered to choose one of the two paths – either to use collected source material for presentation of their hero’s biography or to carry out activities stimulating their local community with reference to and inspired by their hero’s life. Since most of the works submitted to the competition had elements of both paths, the Competition Committee decided to assess all works without breaking them down into different categories.

    Some of the works submitted to the competition described the fate of quite a number of people whose signatures had been found by the authors of the work in the Declarations and who had been residents of the community or students at a local school. The other works presented extensive, well-documented life of a single person. Some of the source material was researched as far away as Eastern Borderlands of the Second Republic of Poland, and some – at place, in the family or school archives. The material found was presented in various forms – as multimedia presentation, documentary, video recording, historical reconstruction, exhibition, or published as a book, newspaper article, comics or even outdoor game. Several works combined various elements.

    The Competition Committee concluded that the projects brought a lot of new knowledge and had permanent impact on local communities, while many of them turned out to be only the starting point for further historical exploration of the Declarations.

    Working in two stages, the Competition Committee awarded the following prizes:

    1st Prize: PLN 4,500

    1. Jakub Dzik from Startowa Non-public Junior High School in Warsaw, Maja Dzik of No 359 Elementary School in Warsaw, Michał Dziergas, Mikołaj Szostak, Nikodem Nycz, Patryk Góra of High School Complex in Bestwina, for The Contemporaries of Independent Poland From Janowice – 100 Years Of Service For The Big And The Small Homeland project presenting the lives of 41 relatives of the project authors; the supervisors – Katarzyna Dzik from Warsaw and Dorota Surowiak from Bestwina.
    2. Paulina Basek, Krzysztof Bogusz, Karolina Kosil, Olga Łukasiewicz, Dawid Nagadowski, Igor Pazura, Wiktoria Podstawka, Miłosz Rosa, Julia Wiśniewska of the Municipal Public Library in Stoczek Łukowski, for The Contemporaries of Independent Poland From Stoczek Łukowski video based on the school photo. The video tells about the Stoczek community in the period between WWI and WWII as illustrated by the lives of teachers and 12 Jewish students who had signed the Declarations; the supervisors – Agnieszka Barej, a librarian at the Municipal Public Library in Stoczek Łukowski and Hanna Stosio – the president of Friends of Stoczek Łukowski Society.

    2nd Prize: PLN 3,500

    1. Szymon Konik, Miłosz Dąbrowski, Patrycja Poznańska, Zuzanna Nienałtowska, Milena Urbańska, Amelia Wiszenko of Rev. Wacław Rabczyński Elemantary School No. 1in Wasilków, for Józef Fiedorowicz – On The Traces Of Clandestine Education project in form of historical reconstruction commented by the historians/students; the supervisor – Mariusz Sokołowski – a history teacher.
    2. Barbara Orzeł and Milan Koczar of Karol Miarka Senior High School No. 1 with Bilingual Classes in Żory, and Błażej Konsek of Nicolaus Copernicus Construction and IT School Complex in Żory for Augustyn Wróbel – One Of 5.5 Million project consisting of a video, biography book and exhibition (with the elements of a happening) presenting typical and untypical life of a Silesian; the supervisor – Elżbieta Koczar , an employee of the Municipal Cultural Center in Żory and mother of a Team member.

    3rd Prize: PLN 2,500

    1. Franciszek Podłęcki, Dawid Reczek, Dariusz Piotr Sapeta, Magdalena Borowiec, Zuzanna Gemza of Nicolaus Copernicus Senior High School at High School Complex No.1 in Brzesko for biographical documentary With Work and Truth – Baron Jan Albin Götz Okocimski (1864–1931) on the life of founder and the supervisor of the school in Okocim who was mentioned in the Declarations; the supervisor – Piotr Paweł Duda, Ph.D., a history and social sciences teacher.
    2. Ewelina Banaszek, Jakub Kosakowski, Dominik Gałązka of School Complex in Dobre Miasto, for They Left A Trace – About Students Of Junior High School In Drohobycz project consisting of video and exhibition showing lives of four students and their teacher – Bruno Schulz; the supervisor – Alina Ślimak , a Polish teacher.

    Book awards consisting of sets of books for institutions supervising the Teams of Authors work, worth PLN 300 each, went to:

    1. Patrycja Letkiman, Weronika Kaczorowska, Maria Kołaczkowska, Zuzanna Gierwatowska of John Paul II School Complex No. 2 in Narzym for Narzym – Generations project presenting several of 60 Narzym residents who signed the Declarations; the supervisor – Anna Szambora-Jaszewska.
    2. Klaudia Łojewska, Mateusz Kujawski, Mateusz Kazanowski of Witold Pilecki Senior High School No.4 in Piaseczno for Jan Stryczyński in Memories and Photos multi-media presentation; the supervisor – Izabela Kłagisz, a history teacher.
    3. Mateusz Nowak, Wiktor Zagozdon, Jakub Chromiński of Witold Pilecki Senior High School No.4 in Piaseczno for the History of a Woman project in format of a journalistic interview; the supervisor – Izabela Turlejska, a librarian.
    4. Aleksandra Oskierko, Julia Kołakowska, Wiktor Kłobuchowski of Witold Pilecki Senior High School No.4 in Piaseczno for Freedom Is Priceless fiction film presenting the story about two brothers – members of Home Army, prisoners of a concentration camp and Stalinist prisons; the supervisor – Dariusz Wasilewski, a history teacher.
    5. Jan Marszałek, Lena Mazurkiewicz, Nikodem Leś, Izabela Bigos, Izabela Hajec, Klaudia Rataj of No.3 Senior High School at the School Complex in Przecław for Władysław Żątowski – a Contemporary of Independent Poland project consisting of the Independence Evening multimedia presentation and an outdoor game; the supervisor – Stanisław Wilczyński, a history teacher.
    6. Maria Lichograj, Mikołaj Łupiński, Julita Łyś, Michalina Moszyńska, Klaudia Soszyńska, Piotr Prekurat, Klaudia Rombel, Justyna Szczygielska of Komisja Edukacji Narodowej No.1 Elementary School in Siedlce, for Haunted House and The School Sweethearts projects consisting of artistic variations on history; the supervisors – Ewa Wysocka, a Polish teacher, Jolanta Hardej and Małgorzata Olczak, librarians at No.1 Elementary School in Siedlce.
    7. Natalia Irek, Aleksandra Szot, Kacper Trzaskowski of No 124 Senior High School at Father Jakub Falkowski Institute for the Deaf in Warsaw for Ludgard Hendzel – a graduate of the Institute for Deaf in Warsaw; the supervisor – Ewa Czerkawska, an English teacher.
    8. Iga Pękul, Patrycja Suwała, Małgorzata Konecka, Olga Durjasz, Maciej Malczewski of Jan Kiliński No 31 School Complex in Warsaw for What We Haven’t Learned at Our History Lessons project consisting of an interview with a 103 years old person who signed the Declarations; the supervisor – Igor Białostocki, a history teacher.
    9. Piotr Pytlarczyk, Klaudia Burs, Joanna Grzegorczyk of Prince Józef Poniatowski No. 5 Senior High School in Warsaw for presentation on the school graduates prepared for the 100th anniversary of the School; the supervisor – Romualda Kuśmierczyk, a history teacher.

    The Polish-American Freedom Foundation was the Partner in the competition.

    For more information visit: nieskonczenieniepodlegla-ludzie.pl

    Source: Ośrodek KARTA, Photos by Maciej Łabudzki
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