In November, students of the University of Warsaw will have an opportunity to take part in workshops during which they will learn how to react to violence and unequal treatment due to origin, nationality or skin colour. They will also find out where to look for support at the university and outside of it.The project is carried out thanks to the participatory budgeting of the University of Warsaw.

The University of Warsaw is constantly working to create a space for everyone to feel good and safe. One of the tasks carried out at the University of Warsaw is to show that it is possible, and necessary, to react to discrimination and violence. Therefore, all UW students, including those participating in short and long-term exchanges and student programmes, are invited to participate in anti-discrimination and anti-violence workshops.


The four-hour workshop will take place at the University Volunteer Centre (the building of the University of Warsaw Library, Dobra 56/66) and will be conducted in Polish, English and Russian. There are several dates to choose from:


  • Workshops in Polish will take place on 20th, 22nd and 27th November, 4.30 pm – 8.45 pm.
  • Workshops in English will take place on 6th, 15th and 28th November, 4.30 pm – 8.45 pm.
  • Workshops in Russian will take place on 7th, 8th and 14th November, 4.30 pm – 8.45 pm.

Participation in the workshop is free of charge.


In order to take part in the event, please register here. The number of places is limited.


The project entitled “Anti-discrimination and anti-violence workshops for foreign and Polish students” is carried out by the University Volunteer Centre.


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