Education of migrants in Poland

Projekt: You can gain education in Warsaw!

Description:

Support for education of migrant youth in Warsaw.

Objectives:

  • introduction of an educational offer for youth seeking asylum and youth, who received protection in Poland,
  • motivation of pupils to continue education,
  • support package for a selected school (gimnazjum), hosting refugee and asylum seeking pupils in Warsaw;
  • collection of good practices in educational work with refugee/asylum seeking youth;

Actions:

study visits of Polish teachers and educators to countries with a wider experience in educating migrant youth;

an analysis of good practices of other countries in this field;

  • publishing a book-guide for teachers on how to work with international pupils;
  • support for a selected school including training, couching, individual counselling, work with teachers and pupils;
  • training in multicultural communication for pupils;
  • induction/motivation course for migrant youth;
  • Polish language tuition;

    Results:

    • 4 study visits to Germany, Great Britain, Spain and Cyprus for 15 participants;
    • analysis of international experiences in educating migrant youth;
    • An Other in Polish school - guidebook for teachers working with migrant pupils - 1400 copies published and distributed. Online version available in our 'Good practices-education' chapter;

      Support for a group of migrant children throughout a school year, including intercultural communication skills and motivation workshops, Polish language tuition, psychological counselling;

    • workshop for teachers on work in multicultural environment;

  • Duration:
    december 2009 - december 2011

    Budget:
    325 237 PLN

    Financing:
    European Refugee Fund, state budget, Warsaw City Hall

    Partners:
    Bureau of Education, Warsaw City Hall

    Office:
    Izabelin

    Coordinator:
    Agnieszka Kosowicz

    E-mail: a.kosowicz@forummigracyjne.org

    Range:
    Warsaw

    Updated:
    2015-03-31 15:10:26

    Modified:
    2015-03-31 15:10:26

    Status:
    Archiwalny