Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich

Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich

Mordechaja Anielewicza 6

00-157 Warszawa

Museum carpark

On weekends visitors can use the museum carpark on Anielewicza Street, spaces permitting.

 

By bus:
111, 180 (bus stop: Nalewki Muzeum)
Z5 (bus stop: Muranów)

 

By tram:
17, 33, 37, 41 (tram stop: Anielewicza)
75 (tram stop: Muranowska)
15, 18 (tram stop: Ratusz Arsenał)

 

By subway:
Ratusz Arsenał stop

 

From Warsaw Central railway station:
By tram: 17, 33, 37, 41 (direction Żoliborz; tram stop: Anielewicza)

 

From Warsaw Chopin Airport:
By bus: 175 (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station); 188 (transfer to trams 17, 33, 37, 41 at GUS stop)

 

From Warszawa Zachodnia railway station:
By Rapid Urban Railway (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station)

 

From Warszawa Wschodnia railway station:
By tram: 13 (transfer to bus 111 at Pl. Bankowy stop)
By Rapid Urban Railway (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station)

 

From bus station Metro Młociny:
By subway: Ratusz Arsenał Stop
By tram: 75

 

From bus station Metro Wilanowska:
By subway: Ratusz Arsenał Stop (direction Metro Młociny)
By tram: 10 (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station)

Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich

Mordechaja Anielewicza 6

00-157 Warszawa

Museum carpark

On weekends visitors can use the museum carpark on Anielewicza Street, spaces permitting.

 

By bus:
111, 180 (bus stop: Nalewki Muzeum)
Z5 (bus stop: Muranów)

 

By tram:
17, 33, 37, 41 (tram stop: Anielewicza)
75 (tram stop: Muranowska)
15, 18 (tram stop: Ratusz Arsenał)

 

By subway:
Ratusz Arsenał stop

 

From Warsaw Central railway station:
By tram: 17, 33, 37, 41 (direction Żoliborz; tram stop: Anielewicza)

 

From Warsaw Chopin Airport:
By bus: 175 (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station); 188 (transfer to trams 17, 33, 37, 41 at GUS stop)

 

From Warszawa Zachodnia railway station:
By Rapid Urban Railway (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station)

 

From Warszawa Wschodnia railway station:
By tram: 13 (transfer to bus 111 at Pl. Bankowy stop)
By Rapid Urban Railway (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station)

 

From bus station Metro Młociny:
By subway: Ratusz Arsenał Stop
By tram: 75

 

From bus station Metro Wilanowska:
By subway: Ratusz Arsenał Stop (direction Metro Młociny)
By tram: 10 (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station)

Contact

email:
kontakt@swiatpodlupa.eu

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ECFR Warsaw Office
Sapieżyńska 10a Street
00-215 Warsaw
warsaw@ecfr.eu

European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)  is an independent, pan-European think-tank, analysing the most important international issues from the perspective of the European Union and advising many governments and institutions in Europe. Our mission is to support common EU policies in the international arena. We organise conferences, prepare reports and broker contacts between  politicians, diplomats and experts, who develop a network across Europe. In the Council of the ECFR many eminent personages of the European political and economical life, such as Carl Bildt, Emma Bonino, Danuta Hübner or Javier Solana.

The research work of the ECFR is being carried out within four programs and a web of national offices in seven European capitals. The domestic problems of the EU are tackled by the European Power program. Situation in countries of eastern EU neighbourhood and the Balkans are being analysed within Wider Europe program. The team of the Middle East and Northern Africa researches the course of events in the region, which, today,  is the biggest source of migration and terrorism. Our experts on Asia and China  deliver data from the furthest corners of Earth’s biggest continent, which focuses the attention of the world for some time now.

Offices of the ECFR in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Rome, Sofia and Warsaw  provide access to domestic representatives of the political class, diplomats, experts and journalists, and thus allowing other partners to understand each other’s interests and perspective better. They also serve as distributors of think-tank’s publications and analyses.

ECFR not only analyses the international situations, but also presents its own recommendations for European institutions and the member states.

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Heinrich Böll Foundation
Żurawia 45, 00-680 Warszawa
pl-info@pl.boell.org

The Heinrich Böll Foundation is a German Green political foundation that works through 32 offices in over 60 countries in the spheres of human rights, education, cross-cultural dialogue, and ecology. Our patron, the writer and Nobel Prize laureate Heinrich Böll, personified the ideas we stand for: the defence of freedom, civic courage, tolerance, and open debate.

Since 2002 the Warsaw Office has been implementing its mission and supporting civil society by means of strategic partnerships with NGOs, academia, think tanks, and state administration. Central tenets of our projects include common European values, gender democracy and sustainability.

The International Policy programme creates a space needed for the discussion of the future and direction of the development of a common European foreign and security policy. We aim to support the debate about the future of the EU and its role in the global arena, with a particular emphasis on a constructive transatlantic dialogue. We place special importance on a strong Eastern Partnership and peaceful relations with our European neighbours.

Within the Democracy & Human Rights programme we back social changes promoting equal rights and opportunities for all regardless of one’s background, gender, sexual orientation or religion. We emphasise the effective functioning of public institutions, the strengthening of democratic accountability, and civic participation.

Our Energy & Climate programme aims to intensify discourse about the challenges presented by energy transformation and climate change. We focus on long-term green modernisation and energy concepts that guarantee socio-economic development, a clean and healthy environment, security, as well as consumer protection.

The activities of The Heinrich Böll Foundation can be followed online on Facebook, Twitter, www.pl.boell.org and Issuu, while video and audio recordings are available on YouTube and Mixcloud.

Honorary patronage

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Mayor of Warsaw

The Partners

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Orange Foundation

 

The Orange Foundation works towards modern education of children and youth. Cares about kids internet safety, develops digital competence of young people and small towns residents, equips digitally excluded places in new technologies. The Foundation was established in 2005 by Orange Polska S.A. All its initiatives are supported by our Orange volunteers.

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AGAINST GRAVITY

AGAINST GRAVITY was founded in 2004, when the first edition of MILLENNIUM DOCS AGAINST GRAVITY FILM FESTIVAL was held in Warsaw. Soon the festival became one of the biggest and most prominent festivals of its kind in the world. On a daily basis AGAINST GRAVITY distributes fiction and documentary films, such as “Waltz with Bashir”, “Born into Brothels”, “Dogtooth”, “My Joy”, “The Broken Circle Breakdown”, Ulrich Seidl’s “Paradise” trilogy, “Leviathan” or “The Act of Killing” and “The Look of Silence” diptych.

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Center for Citizenship Education (CCE)

 

Established in 1994, CCE is a non-governmental, independent educational foundation based in Warsaw, Poland. CCE works to promote values of civic knowledge, practical skills and attitudes that are necessary for democratic state founded on the rules of law and civil society. CCE develops and introduces into Polish schools the most  innovative school curricula in the fields of civic engagement, history, law and economic education, and it is responsible for many activities targeting teachers, students and local authorities. Currently, CCE is running over 20 nationwide educational programs.

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Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA)

 

CEPA is a non-profit policy institute dedicated to the study of Central and Eastern Europe with offices in Washington and Warsaw. We believe that CEE is important to the United States – Americans and Central Europeans share a legacy of fighting for freedom. Our analytical team consists of the world’s leading experts on Central and Eastern Europe. Our mission is to promote an economically vibrant, strategically secure and politically free CEE region with enduring ties to the US.

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The Polish Forum of Young Diplomats

 

The Polish Forum of Young Diplomats is a nationwide non-governmental organization established in 2002. At present it has about a hundred members who are students, employees of public administration, experts working in international organizations, EU institutions and diplomatic post. Our mission is to create and educate future leaders who, by their activities, will ensure the strong and stable position of Poland in the arena of international politics.

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Foundation Humanity in Action Poland (HIA Poland)

 

Foundation Humanity in Action Poland (HIA Poland) works towards an active civil society. This is why we support young people in developing the knowledge and skills they need to act in favor of human rights. We inspire them to take effective and creative actions to protect the rights of those who face discrimination. HIA Poland is a part of the transatlantic consortium of  Humanity in Action organizations present in Europe and USA, whose constantly growing alumni network currently consists of more than 1,500 people.

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New Eastern Europe

 

New Eastern Europe is an English-language bimonthly magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European affairs. The project is a joint collaboration between the City of Gdansk, the European Solidarity Center and the Jan Nowak-Jezioranski College of Eastern Europe. The mission of New Eastern Europe is to shape the debate, enhance understanding, and further the dialogue surrounding issues facing the states that were once a part of the Soviet Union or under its influence.

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Nowa Europa Wschodnia

„Nowa Europa Wschodnia” is a bimonthly magazine dedicated to Eastern European and Central Asian affairs. In the field of our interests are politics, history, culture and everyday life of Poland’s eastern neighbours. Since 2008 the journal publishes analyses, reports, interviews and reviews. Among others it has published voices of: Aleksander Kwaśniewski, Ivan Vyrypaev,  Richard Pipes, Adam Michnik, Radosław Sikorski, Tadeusz Mazowiecki, Adam Daniel Rotfeld, Serhiy Zhadan, Oksana Zabuzhko, Svetlana Alexievich, Leonid Kravchuk and Timothy Snyder.

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The Polish Migration Forum Foundation (PFM)

 

We believe that people are equal regardless of their race, nationality, views or religion. We wish humans to enjoy human rights, and people to be treated with respect, regardless of where they come from. This is why we support and develop initiatives that lead to dialogue of people representing various cultures, mainly in Poland. We also work with Polish migrants abroad.

The Patrons

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The Commissioner for Human Rights of the Republic of Poland

The Commissioner for Human Rights of the Republic of Poland protects the liberties and rights of humans and citizens and monitors the implementation of the equal treatment principle as well as the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The Commissioner analyses whether the actions or inactions of public authorities infringed the provisions of law, the rules of social co-existence and justice or whether discrimination in these areas took place.

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POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

 

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews is the first public-private partnership institution in Poland created by the government, local administration and an NGO – Association of the Jewish Historical.  It functions as a modern museum  and an educational center with a rich cultural program. The interactive Core Exhibition, presenting the thousand-year history of Polish Jews, their culture and heritage, contributes to mutual understanding and respect. ts have their gates open for a successful career in many European and international organizations.

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Collegium Civitas

 

Collegium Civitas is a modern non-state university located in the heart of Warsaw, the most dynamic capital city of Central and Eastern Europe. Experience and commitment of our founders and faculty members have earned us a reputation of the best place to study international, social and political science in English. We are entitled to award BA, MA and PhD in a rich variety of programs. Students have their gates open for a successful career in many European and international organizations.

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Radio Poland

 

Since 1925, Radio Poland enables us to access national and global cultural and scientific heritage. Radio Poland is an educator and information provider who establishes common language, ideas and values. The radio offers a wide range of thematic programming, such as news programmes, original music broadcasts, current affairs, popular-science, educational, health, social, sports, entertainment, religion and family-oriented programmes, radio plays and documentaries recognised both in Poland and abroad. The vast range of programming is broadcasted by four national channels, Radio Poland’s channel for listeners abroad and Radio PR24 online channel. On the polskieradio.pl website, one can find unique programming, archives of Radio Poland and various multimedia.  ita

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Rzeczpospolita

 

A daily newspaper, one of the most opinion-forming media in Poland. It combines topics related to society and politics with those connected to economy and law. The electronic issue of the newspaper is available one day before the paper version is released, from 9 PM. “Rzeczpospolita” is issued by Gremi Business Communication.

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Centre for International Initiatives

Centre for International Initiatives is an independent, apolitical think-tank with a focus on contemporary international relations. Its main aim is to raise awareness towards international affairs, to shape the public debate about the issues important for the foreign policy-making and to actively contribute to the growth of a civil society, on both national and European level.  The Centre is registered in Poland as an association, under the Law on Associations.

Blog: http://blog.centruminicjatyw.org/

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Political Critique

 

Krytyka Polityczna (Political Critique) is the largest Eastern European progressive network of institutions and activists. It was established in 2002; registered as the Stanisław Brzozowski Association, KP consists of the online daily “Dziennik Opinii”, a quarterly magazine (Polish and Ukrainian edition), publishing house, cultural centres in Warsaw, Gdańsk and Cieszyn, (as well as in Kiev), as well as a the Institute for Advanced Study in Warsaw. Krytyka Polityczna organises around 250 events and actions yearly.

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Liberal Culture

 

Liberal Culture is a centrist, liberal media organisation, established in Poland in 2008 by a group of journalists and academics, which publishes an influential weekly online journal featuring articles, commentary and debate. Liberal Culture also publishes books, organises international events and develops partnerships with other media outlets and intellectual networks around the globe.

Our main aim is to strengthen and modernize liberal ideas in Central and Eastern Europe through the promotion of the ideals of an open society, worldview pluralism and free debate based on mutual respect.

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Wszechnica.org.pl

 

Wszechnica.org.pl is an education website established by Rural Development Foundation in 2009. It’s main goal is to make available high quality educational materials to everybody, but especially to inhabitants of rural and remote parts of our country. Wszechnica website contains over 800 video materials – recorded lectures, conferences, panel discussions and debates on various topice. Every video material has also an audio version and detailed description containing the summary information of the particular video. All Wszechnica’s resources are available for free to anyone, not only to watch, but also to share, remix and distribute on the identical license as the original work.

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BiznesAlert.pl

BiznesAlert.pl is a web publication devoted to strategic sectors of Polish economy. We are specialized in energy, infrastructure and security. We publish fresh and reliable information on these topics serving it with innovative channels of communication

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University of Warsaw Students’ Union

The Board of the University of Warsaw Students’ Union  is an executive organ of Students’ Union at the University level. Not only does it deal with formal matters, but it also co-operates with and supports unit Students’ Unions.  Moreover, it is responsible for dividing the funds designated for Students’ Union activity within the University.

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