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Visegrad Summer School
April 30, 2014   
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The Visegrad Summer School, an educational initiative that brings together Polish students and their peers from other Central and Eastern European countries, will be held in Cracow from June 29 to July 12.

The project aims to deepen students’ knowledge about regional and global challenges, eliminate stereotypes and build ties and friendly relations.

There have been 12 previous summer schools, attended by almost 600 people from Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, France, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Germany, Russia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

This year’s summer school will include lectures, debates and workshops on current political, cultural and social challenges in the region and across the world. In addition to experts and intellectuals, the school encourages input from ambassadors, government ministers, European Union officials, academics, politicians, businessmen, journalists and artists.

The participants work in small groups on development projects that are presented at the closing session. Students will be invited to go on a study visit to Poland’s southern Małopolska region and to attend artistic events in Cracow.

Some of the debates, lectures and meetings will be open to the public.
More information at: www.visegradsummerschool.org
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