Polish partner update

The Polish partner institution Ignatianum Foundation has signed a contract with the colleges of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen for cooperation in the development of the design of a hybrid methodology through the innovative use of technologies to enhance the knowledge and skills of Young Ukrainian refugees.

The polish team is composed of a wide variety of professionals and experts in their respective fields, from psychologist to digital expert teachers and finance managers, to make this project a reality.

230 young Ukrainian refugees, alongside 30 educators, will be selected to participate in this innovative process to enhance their skills and knowledge with the use of technologies for all kinds of appliances.

The polish team has already begun their work and will be designing new uses and ideas for alternative ways to work with technology.

On the 20th and 21st of February, the Polish team will provide a training webinar about working with migrants and refugees. In this webinar, they will share all of their expertise and experience in the field.

This activity will help the participants exchange experiences of working with representatives of different cultures, discuss methodological approaches and identify the most effective solutions that will form the basis of training materials for the development of two MOOCs which are the main projct outputs.

Everybody is invited to come over to visit this webinar and get knowledge about Polish experience in working with the refugees and migrants.