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Cultural Differences. Challenge or Opportunity? – Dialogue Session [ENG]

The Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation, as part of the DIAL project, or “Dialogue in Adult Learning,” invites foreigners living in Poland and all other individuals interested in the topic of cultural differences to a free workshop in the format of a dialogue session.

When and where?

The workshop will take place at the Local Activity Center Grójecka 109 or online from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on a date chosen by the participants. Please indicate your preferences in the registration form.

Agenda

In the two-hour workshop, we will learn what makes a good dialogue and its rules. We will also have dialogue sessions and talk about what cultural differences mean to us in our daily lives. The meeting will be in English.

Our motivation

We believe that dialogue helps us get to know and understand each other better. We are deeply convinced that it is the foundation for reaching agreements and finding common solutions. We strive to make the skill of dialogue a fundamental life skill.

Facilitator

The workshop will be led by Zuzanna Ciesielska-Janik, a specialist in open culture at the Open Culture Studio, a cultural studies expert, psychologist, and psychotherapist in training.

Registration

To register, fill out the short form and choose your preferred location and time for the meeting.

Who We Invite

We invite foreigners living in Poland and all other individuals interested in the topic to the meeting. Participation in the workshop is completely free. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance and a handbook on the DIAL method (“Dialogue in Adult Learning”).

Contact

If you have any questions, please write to us at: zciesielska@centrumcyfrowe.pl.

About the Project

The DIAL project, which stands for “Dialogue in Adult Learning,” aims to counteract social polarization and reduce the difficulties associated with conducting good, valuable conversations that do not lead to conflict. Financed by the ERASMUS+ program, the project brings together 5 European institutions: Opintotoiminnan Keskusliitto (Finland), European Institute for Local Development (Greece), Cooperazione Paesi Emergenti (Italy), Center za novo znanje (Slovenia), and the Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation (Poland).