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ICC for Ukrainian community

In the photo, children look at the board, which is pointed to by the class leader - Hanna Martynenko.

In June, the International Cultural Centre was a partner of the project "Participatory interpretation of heritage: cultural activation of Ukrainian refugee community in Krakow" carried out by the Institute of European Studies of the Jagiellonian University and the Department of Polish-Ukrainian Studies.


The MCK started the series of events addressed to Ukrainians staying in Krakow with an urban game entitled "Alphabet of Krakow. Participating in the game were senior citizens, children from an elementary school in Zhytomyr and Ukrainian youth staying in Krakow, and the tour was led by Hanna Martynenko, author and originator of the "Alphabet of Krakow" and a second-year student of Intercultural Relations at the Jagiellonian University. The party was an opportunity to integrate and learn the Polish alphabet in the space of the Main Square.


On June 17 and 18, the ICC organized two walks entitled "Ukrainian Traces in Krakow", bringing closer Ukrainian culture in Krakow. The participants saw archeological relics of contacts between Cracovians and Ruthenians, learned what the Ruskie Koło was and what the "fashion for Ukrainianness" meant in the 19th century. The walks ended in one of the most popular places associated with contemporary Ukrainian culture in Krakow - the NIĆ café.


A summary of the project will be an online publication containing scenarios for the conducted activities, along with materials and an interactive map of the Krakow institutions working for the benefit of the refugee community in Krakow.


The activation initiative is carried out within the framework of the Strategic Initiative of Excellence Program at the Jagiellonian University Faculty of International and Political Studies with the involvement of students, university staff, volunteers, and experts in the field of tourism and cultural institutions in Krakow.

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