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New edition “Poland in the Heart of European History”. Professional Training for Teachers, Educators and Journalists

Training dates: 18—28 July 2022, Jablonna, Warsaw, Cracow, Poland. Application deadline: 14 May 2022

Poland in the Heart of European History is open to professionally active history teachers, educators working at schools and other education institutions as well as journalists interested in history matters.

  • Learn fascinating stories of extraordinary people!
  • Meet distinguished world class scholars!
  • Visit the best Polish education and cultural centers!
  • See beautiful landscapes and significant memorial sites!


The ten-day seminar includes lectures and workshops conducted by the best Polish scholars and didactics as well as numerous study visits to Polish educational and cultural institutions.


The most important issues of Polish 20th-century history in a broad European perspective as well as innovative teaching methods developed by the Institute of National Remembrance are presented and discussed. We will focus on learning how to teach about difficult topics — totalitarian regimes, war, genocide etc.

The training is an opportunity to learn the complexities of recent Polish and European history, but also to discuss and exchange educational experience between professionals from different parts of the world.

During a scientific and educational tour, participants will also visit museums, educational and cultural centers outside the Polish capital. The program also includes time for participants’ speeches on historical figures, places and events that connect their countries with Poland.

The upcoming, 6th edition of the program will take place in the days 18—28 July 2022.

All costs of training and stay are covered by the Institute of National Remembrance.

Travel costs are reimbursed up to 400 EURO.
The language of the training is English.

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