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SHAPING OF THE EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP IN THE POST-TOTALITARIAN SOCIETIES.

REFLECTIONS AFTER 15 YEARS OF EU ENLARGEMENT

Project number :

(60 9162-CITIZ -1-2019-1-PL-CITIZ-REMEM)

P ROJE C T ME ET IN G

KRAKÓW, 17-18 X 2019 INST YTUT EUROPEIST YKI UJ

ul. Ingardena 3

Financing Prog ramme: Europ e for Citizens Sub-Pr ogr amme: S tr and1 - Eur op ean R emembr ance

Partner organisations:

U N I W E R S Y T E T J A G I E L L O Ń S K I ( P L ) U N I V E R S I T À D E G L I S T U D I D E L L ' A Q U I L A ( I T ) U N I V E R Z I T A M A T E J A B E L A V B A N S K E J B Y S T R I C I ( S K ) Ś W I Ę T O K R Z Y S K I E C E N T R U M D O S K O N A L E N I A N A U C Z Y C I E L I ( P L )

P O W I A T K I E L E C K I ( P L )

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PROJECT OBJECTIVES:

to stimulate reflection on: political and social transformation and the course of democratization of social life in post-totalitarian European societies;

shaping European citizenship, common history, European values; stimulation of local communities for discussion and participation in building citizenship and shaping European identity; inclusion of decision makers and knowledge multipliers into the reflection; making society more sensitive to threats posed by all kinds of totalitarianism practises

ACTIONS, RESULTS, METHODS:

interviews & surveys - in local communities - various age & professional groups; research reports; workshops, seminars, conference, leader & teacher training; development of teaching materials (including city-game); post- project publication

ADDED VALUE:

activation of people from disadvantaged and socially passive groups and inclusion of young people.

RESULTS:

at least 300 interviews and surveys in local communities; 3 local and 1 international research reports; programs of international workshops (incl.

city-game) and conferences, two days final conference, min. 50 people-

leaders trained to multiplier work, local training programs and multiplication

educational materials for approx. 250 local participants and leaders - cascade

multiplication of results; 3 syllabi for new academic courses; 1 post-project

publication.

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VENUE :

DATE: OCTOBER 17-18, 2019

LOCATION: JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF EUROPEAN STUDIES UL . R. INGARDENA 3

30-060 KRAKÓW POL AND

(ON THE 1

S T

FLOOR)

PARTICIPATION: Representatives from:

 JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERISTY (PL),

 UNIVERSITY OF L’AQUILA (IT),

 MATEJ BEL UNIVERSITY (SK),

 KIELCE COUNTY (POWIAT KIELECKI) (PL),

 THE ŚWIĘTOKRZYSKIE IN-SERVICE

TEACHER TRAINING CENTRE (PL)

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INSTITUTE OF EUROPEAN STUDIES OF THE JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY

UL. R. INGARDENA 3 30-060 KRAKÓW

POLAND

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HOW TO GET?

Our Institute is located very close to the city center (15 minutes from the Main Square by walk).

The nearest bus/tram stops are:

MUZEUM NARODOWE, OLEANDRY,

AGH/UR

From the PKP and PKS station (bus/tram stop: Teatr Słowackiego) you can take tram

number 20, then get off the bus at the OLEANDRY stop and walk across the Jordan

Park (300 m). You can also arrive from the Dworzec Główny Wschód by bus number

192 (Direction Chełm) ang get off at the AGH/UR stop and also walk about 300 m.

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WHERE YOU CAN EAT

LUNCH:

KWANT BISTRO UJ, Biblioteka Jagiellońska, ul. Oleandry 3

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DINNER:

Restauracja CK Dezerter, ul. Bracka 6

Restauracja Miód Malina, ul. Grodzka 40

Restauracja Morskie Oko, plac Szczepański 8

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ABOUT KRAKÓW

Kraków is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland region, the city dates back to the 7

th

century. Kraków was the official capital of Poland until 1596 and has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, economic, cultural and artistic life. Cited as one of Europe’s most beautiful cities.

Its Old Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 767 348 residents

 Airport: John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice (www.krakowairport.pl)

 Main station: Kraków Główny

(www.pkp.pl/pl/dworce/lrakow-glowny-informacje-dla-pasazerow)

 Distances:

L’Aquila - 1600 km,

Banská Bystrica - 215 km Kielce - 116 km

 Time:

Central European Time (GMT+1)

Central European Summer Time+1 (GMT+2)

 Climate:

average temperature in summer: 19°C average temperature in winter: -2°C average temperature in October: 9,2°C

 Electrical voltage: 230 V

Electrical plug type: mostly type E

 National dialing code of Poland: +48

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ABOUT JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY

MOTTO: LET REASON PREVAIL OVER FORCE

Founded in 1364 by Casimir III the Great, the Jagiellonian University is the oldest university in Poland, the second oldest university in Central Europe and one of the oldest surviving universities in the world. Notable alumni include, among others, mathematician and astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, poet Jan Kochanowski, Polish king John III Sobieski, constitutional reformer Hugo Kołłątaj. Among its students who did not earn a diploma were also Karol Wojtyła, future Pope John Paul II and Nobel laureates: Wisława Szymborska and Ivo Andrić.

BASIC INFORMATION

The University consists of 15 faculties (including the humanities, law, the natural and social sciences and medicine). The university employs roughly 4,000 academics and has more than 40,000 students who study in some 80 disciplines.

The university library is one of Poland’s largest. Due to its history, the JU

is traditionally considered Poland’s most reputable institution of higher

learning, This standing equally being reflected in international rankings.

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Collegiums Novum

is the main building of the Jagiellonian University

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN KRAKOW

While Krakow has no underground metro system it does have an integrated bus and tram system which runs from 05:00 - 23:00, with night trams and buses continuing less frequently after that.

Check timetables and network maps online at mpk.krakow.pl (which has English functionality), and purchase tickets from the handy ticket machines (also in English) at major stops, on-board most trams and buses, or from the driver immediately on boarding if there is no ticket machine.

Note that the ticket machines at stops take bills and bank cards, but most of those on board trams and buses take coins only, so have some change handy.

Tickets are the same for trams and buses, and are timed, allowing you to change between tram or bus lines within the alloted time. The cheapest fare is good for 20mins at a cost of 3.40 zł.

By our estimation, this is about the time it should take to go 5-8 stops, and ideal for travel around the City Center. If you're going outside the centre, we recommend you purchase a 50min or single trip ticket for 4.60zł.

90-minute (6 zł), 24-hour (15 zł), 48-hour (28 zł), 72-hour (42 zł) are also options.

Most importantly, you must stamp your ticket immediately on boarding the tram or bus in the small machines on-board, even if you bought your ticket on-board. Beware that inspectors regularly travel on the lines handing out costly fines to those without valid tickets, and are notoriously unsympathetic towards tourists. Seriously, riding without a ticket can not only ruin your day, but your entire trip to Kraków .

TAXI

Not the dodgy enterprise it once was, most taxis are reliable and use their metres without any fiddling around. Calling ahead will get you a better fare, but if you hail one from the street make sure it is clearly marked with a company name and phone number displayed, as well as a sticker demarcating prices in the window. Taxis are now legally obliged to give you a printed receipt at journey's end further limiting the likelihood of any funny business. You can expect a standard fare to be about 7zł plus about 2.30zł per kilometre; at night and on Sundays, however, fares increase by up to 50%.

We suggest using a taxi radio:

Barbakan: +48 19661, +48 609400400,

www.barbakan.krakow.pl

ICAR: +48 126535555, +48 128880000.

www.icartaxi.eu

Mega: +48 19625, +48 124000000,

www.megataxi.pl

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MEETING PROGRAM

17-18 X 2019

Instytut Europesityki UJ ul. Ingardena 3 30-060 Kraków

DAY I, October 17, 2019 DAY I, October 18, 2019

10:00-10:15 - Registration of participants

10:00-11:30 - Administrative and

organizational matters, preparation of joint documents, schedules, division of tasks - part 1

10:15-11:45 - Thematic inaugural lecture 11:30-12:00 - Coffee break

11:45-12:00 - Coffee break

12:00-13:30 - Administrative and

organizational matters, preparation of joint documents, schedules, division of tasks - part 2

12:00-14:00 - Project presentation:

goal, activities, results, budget, documentation - part 1

13:30-14:00 - Questions and answers, end of the meeting

14:00-15:00 - Lunch time 14:00 - Lunch time

15:00-16:00 - Project presentation: goal, activities, results, budget,

documentation – part 1

20:00 - Dinner at the restaurant

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We look forward to welcoming you to Kraków.

In the meantime, should you require any additional information

prior to your arrival,

do not hesitate to contact us 

CONTACT:

D R E L Ż B I E TA M A C H

m elzbieta.mach@wp.pl

O +48 607940079

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