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Warsaw Multicultural Centre

    The Multicultural Centre is a place of local activity, a second home for immigrants and the local community, where everyone will find a suitable advisory, educational or cultural offer. The Centre was established in 2014, and it is run by two non-governmental organizations, co-financed by the City of Warsaw. The Multicultural Center’s mission is to help in the countering of the social marginalization of migrants. It also supports intercultural and civic integration of Warsaw residents.

    The Multicultural Centre offers following services:

    1. Info Point - advice, counselling and practical help to all migrants. Legal advice is addressed to foreigners residing in Warsaw, primarily in the scope of:
      • legalization of stay,
      • starting or continuing to study,
      • employment,
      • business.
    2. Education - multicultural lessons, workshops, seminaries, conferences, Polish language lessons.
    3. Office space and venues – space for exhibitions, concerts, seminars, workshops, business meetings.
    4. Incubator for initiatives - multicultural meet-ups and support for the migrants.

    More information click here.

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Rumourless Cities

The City of Warsaw is a Project Partner and Transfer City in Rumourless Cities, an URBACT Transfer Network funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the URBACT programme.

The Rumourless Cities network is led by the city of Amadora, Portugal who will share it’s Good Practice “Do not Feed the Rumour” with 6 other European cities. Amadora’s holistic approach to an anti-rumour strategy emphasises inter alia the potential and positivity of cultural diversity.

Rumourless Cities will adapt that approach and reuse it to counter existing and growing negative attitudes towards a wider cross section of groups. The project aims to strengthen cohesion and promote diversity by deconstructing stereotypes and prejudices against marginalized groups such as migrants, refugees, LGBT people.

For more information click here.


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