Information for participants
The programme will take place on 13-27 August 2017 at POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw as well as in Łódź and Zduńska Wola.
We will invite 14 participants from each of the countries currently taking part in the project (Poland, Germany and Israel). This year, we will additionally invite 5 students from Ukraine (pilot edition).
The school is designed for people with adequate knowledge required to take an active part in the classes, willing to use the newly acquired knowledge in their future research, and open to dialogue and cooperation.
Some of the participants will be selected through an open recruitment procedure, while the remaining places will be made available to students of universities that cooperate with the museum in the execution of the programme. The participants will be selected in a two-stage recruitment process. The first stage involves completing an application form by 4 May 2017. Based on the applications, the organisers will shortlist a group of people who will then be invited to in situ or Skype interviews.
Application form on-line:
Participation in the programme is free of charge. The cost of participants' travel and accommodation (board and lodging during the classes) will be covered by the organisers.
All classes will be conducted in English, therefore candidates interested in the project should have a very good command of English (no language certificates required).
Right of publicity
The Organiser reserves the right to record and publish materials related to the course of the project. The participants grant the Organiser a royalty-free right to use the photos and videos with their image, as well as to the materials presented and developed by the participants during the project without the need to seek their approval in every case.
Contact and information
Program coordinator: Magdalena Dopieralska, email@example.com
The execution of the programme has been made possible thanks to the support from the Nissenbaum Family Foundation and the Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation.
The implementation of the project is possible due to the support of Nissenbaum Family Foundation and the Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation.