The Foundation Krzyzowa for Mutual Understanding in Europe, the Magyar Bibliodráma Egyesület (Hungarian Society for Bibliodrama), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Bibliodrama (The German Society for Bibliodrama) and Polskie Towarzystwo Bibliodramy (The Polish Society for Bibliodrama) invite for participation in an ecumenical, international bibliodramatic workshop in Krzyżowa from 4 to 8 August this year.
This year's 30th anniversary of the Reconciliation Mass in Krzyżowa, the beginnings of the Foundation Krzyżowa and the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War are for us above all an opportunity to reflect together more intensively on the theme of reconciliation. It will be dealt with both in the theoretical part in the form of lectures and in the practical part, i.e. the bibliodramatic workshops.
We invite all teachers and students who are interested in this form of work with biblical texts and in the theme of reconciliation to participate. For teachers, the workshop offers the opportunity to broaden their professional qualifications.
IX Festival of Protestant Culture #Love #Joy #Peace
The 9th edition of the Festival of Protestant Culture will take place in Wrocław from 19 to 25 May. This time the main theme of the event will be JOY. „Krzyżowa" Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe is a partner of the festival and for another year in a row organizes one of the events of the festival.
On May 22nd, Dr. Tomasz Skonieczny from the European Academy, will conduct a workshop „The joy of reconciliation. The value of dialogue. Conclusions from the process of Polish-German reconciliation". The classes will be attended by the students of the Secondary School No. IX in Wrocław.
On 17-19 May we has been hosting in Krzyżowa members of the German-Polish Society of Saxony. During their study stay, they took part in lectures and discussions, as well as visit Lower Silesia.
Guests from Saxony listened to the lectures given by:
The first workshop of the project "Laboratory of Dialogue and Reconciliation" took place in Krzyżowa on 12-14 April 2019.
This is a Polish-German project in the field of civic education, that aims to develop practical guidelines and recommendations to support constructive dialogue based on mutual respect - as an attempt to face the growing polarization in the society.
Participants of the project are experienced trainers, educators and teachers from Poland, Germany, Holland and Ukraine.
The outcome of the project will be a publication containing methodological guidelines for didactic work conducted within the framework of formal education (as lesson scenarios), non-formal education (as scenarios for classes and workshops) and a list of good practices and guidelines for initiating actions at the local community level which aim to support the culture of dialogue, reconciliation and civic involvement.