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Muslim Migrants in Europe - Overcoming Social Stigma
International Conference 8/9 October

We are pleased to invite you to the Conference Muslim Migrants in Europe - Overcoming Social Stigma as part of the Solidarity in Future Europe project, funded by the European Commission, which will take place on 8-9 October 2020 in Kraków (Krakow City Hall, Rynek Pogórski 1). The Conference is planned to serve as a forum for discussion where experts, young researchers and students, practitioners and policymakers working in the field of migration and integration are encouraged to exchange their knowledge and experiences in a friendly and frank environment. Out of the two conference days, the first day is given to the experts, who will be discussing different aspects of Muslim integration and Muslim stigmatisation in Europe. On the second day the floor will be given to students, who will deliver presentations focusing on the same theme. Enclosed, please find the conference agenda and an invitation letter from the Halina Niec Legal Aid Center.
 
Participation in our conference is possible in two ways: in person or online. Conference admission is free of charge but prior registration is compulsory. For registration to the conference, please fill in and submit the online form available here:  CLICK!
 
You will receive a confirmation within a few days of your registration.
 
Please be noted that we do not refund the costs or travel and accommodation, unless otherwise agreed with the organizers.
We very much look forward seeing you this October in Krakow!
 
Up-to-date Conference Agenda is available via our Facebook Event here:  CLICK!

You can also download the Preliminary Agenda here:  CLICK!

We will be delighted if you would read the invitation letter from Katarzyna Przybysławska, the President of the Halina Nieć Legal Aid Center, available here:  CLICK!
24 September 2020

International project Solidarity in a Future Europe is connecting citizens from across Europe in a series of conferences. These conferences are designed to bring an understanding of the daily lives of migrants and refugees, to improve the services provided to them and to understand the circumstances that brought them to the European Union. The significance of each conference is the opportunity to connect the general public and local citizens with experts in the field and volunteers from refugee service organizations. The dialogue between these groups will aim to enhance and promote the intercultural conversation with direct paths for engaging in policy advocacy and volunteering.

 

Our partners in the project:

 

Organizace pro pomoc uprchlíkům, z.s. (Czech Republic)
Asylkoordination Österreich (Austria)
Inter Alia (Greece)
Slovenska filantropija (Slovenia)
Diversity Development Group (Lithuania)
Trabajadoras de hogar de SOS Racismo Gipuzkoa (Spain)

 

 

 

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