The annual conference of the National Institute of Freedom - Center for Civil Society Development will begin tomorrow on the challenges of the non-governmental sector in the changing reality. It is the fourth edition of this event, which this year will take place on 25-26 November 2021 and will bring together over 70 experts - representatives of non-governmental organizations, public administration and the world of science.
One of the conference panellists will be dr hab. Robert Żurek, managing director of the Krzyżowa Foundation, who will take part in the discussion on the mission and challenges of the International Meeting Centers. It is scheduled to start at 2:45 PM on Thursday, 24 November.
Dr. Urszula Pękala, Deputy Manager of the Memorial Site, took part in the panel discussion "Bridge between Germany and Poland? The role of Silesia in Polish-German relations”, organized as part of the XXVI Silesian Seminar, which took place on 26-29 October 2021 in Kamień Śląski. The program of the seminar focused on the topic: "Polish-German struggle for Upper Silesia".
You can watch the discussion here.
The Silesian Institute (Instytut Śląski) invites you to the international scientific conference Colloquium Opole 2021, which will last from 23 to 24 November 2021.This year's edition of this cyclical event will focus on the topic: “A common myth or a source of political dispute? The legacy of the anti-communist opposition from a tripartite Polish-Czech-German perspective”. One of the conference participants will be dr hab. Robert Żurek, managing director of the Krzyżowa Foundation, who together with prof. dr hab. Antoni Dudek and dr hab. Lech Rubisz will take part in the panel "The achievements of the opposition as European heritage", scheduled from 14:15 on Wednesday, 24 November.
On 9-10 November 2021 a conference entitled "Polish-German-Czech dialogue of Christians" was held in Görlitz. It gathered around thirty people - men and women engaged in cross-border cooperation in the three represented countries. The issues raised during the conference concerned dealing with the wounds of the past, being a Christian in a secularized world and the commitment of Christians to Europe. The evet was organized by the Working Group of Catholic Associations in Central and Eastern Europe (AKVMOE) and Auxiliary Bishop Dr. Reinhard Hauke and Bishop Dr. Wolfgang Ipolt. One of the conference participants was dr hab. Robert Żurek, managing director of the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe.