We invite you to join our workshop about civic society in Poland and establishing NGO. More information below.   If you are a migrant living in Poland and you want to learn:
• What the civic society in Poland is 
• How to establish an NGO in Poland
• How to manage change – from problems to solutions
• How to engage local communities
• How to facilitate NGO teams – recruitment, membership, management
• How to set and achieve goals and objectives – developing and managing NGO projects

Join our workshop on 22 May 2016 (Sunday), 9 am – 5pm, in Warszawskie Centrum Wielokulturowe, ul. Jagiellońska 54, Warsaw

To register for the workshop please fill in the on-line questionnaire available here: http://bit.ly/1ZB4fyO by 18 May.

If you have any questions please contact 
Janina Owczarek 
at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., phone: 22 5389106


INFORMATION ON THE TRAINER: Witek Hebanowski

Sociologist (specialization in mediations & negotiations). The founder and president of The Other Space Foundation (from 2006). The co-initiator and program coordinator of The Multicultural Center in Warsaw (from 2015). Co-founder & vice-president of The NGO Caribbean Development Foundation (based in English-speaking Caribbean) from 2008. 

During his studies – active member of Warsaw branch of Amnesty International. Trainer & facilitator – workshops conducted in Europe (Great Britain, Netherlands, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, etc.), Caucasus & Asia (Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Mongolia, Myanmar), Caribbean & South America (Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Suriname) and North Africa (Tunisia).

Initiator & co-organizer of varied initiatives - including: International Letter Writing Marathon "Write for Rights" of Amnesty International (first editions); Multicultural Center in Warsaw; One Caucasus - the festival and long-term borderland program organized in Marneuli (borderland of Georgia, Armenia & Azerbaijan); Transkaukazja – the only international & multidisciplinary inspired by contemporary Caucasus; Forums of Local Migration Policies in Poland.

Participant of international election observation missions in Azerbaijan (2003) and Ukraine (2004), coordinator of development aid projects in Caucasus, worked with Polish Radio TOK fm, currently works with IMI Radio (first Polish radio organized by immigrants).

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The training is organized by International Organization for Migration with cooperation of Ministry of Interior and Administration within National Platform of Cooperation for Integration in the frames of the project “Activation Tunisian Diaspora in Poland for the country of origin development”.