The Warsaw team will speak next week at the Museum of Praga (in Polish) about the results of their research in the district of Praga. Ewa Olejniczak Korcelli and Filip Piotrowski, both from the Institute
Thee area under investigation – Praga Północ is one of eighteen administrative districts in Warsaw. It is characterized by large variations in social and economic status of its inhabitants. It also shows signs of various
Conference poster with images from Warsaw’s case study area.
The Warsaw team produced a short video about their research. We showed it at the conference and you can see it here.
Abstract for A4 Workshop: Differing discourses on diversity between the public and the private (non-public) sphere. Coordinated by Ewa Korcelli-Olejniczak (Prof. IGiPZ PAN, Warsaw) This workshop will focus on how (dissimilarly) various actors involved in
Joanna Erbel is an urban activist associated with the Congress of Urban Movements and speaks about Praga in Warsaw.
The Polish team took the Diverse Cities Educational Programme to the Warsaw Gymanisium School a few months ago and were pleasantly surprised by how it was recieved by students, teachers and the Head of the
Hyper-diversity in the City by Ewa Korcelli-Olejniczak has been published in the Urban Development journal edited by A. Wolaniuk and published by the University of Łódź. Ewa discusses the meanings, challenges and assets of hyper-diversity
Currently taking place, the Warsaw Regional Forum takes place every two years and is organised by the Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization Polish Academy of Sciences together with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development,
A special thank you to Karol Bulski, our host for the Praga field trip in Warsaw. Karol provided a passionate commentary with some intriguing stories from the district.
Abstracts from the Governing Social Diversity in Warsaw conference can be found on this page, many with links to PDF presentation.
Catering at the Governing Social Diversity in Warsaw conference was provided by KISZ MISZ, a cooperative providing opportunities for migrants in Warsaw. People from different cultural backgrounds are encouraged to participate in the community free
The Policy Platform Meeting in Warsaw, Poland on 10 February 2014.