Polish Migration Forum (PMF)
for foreigners and about foreigners in Poland
44a Orla Bialego St.,
Ansprechpartner: Agnieszka Kosowicz
- Antirassismus, Integrationspolitik
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
The Polish Migration Forum Foundation (PFM) is registered in the Polish court, KRS, and was established in 2007.
Our aims and dreams
Polish Migration Forum was created to work for respect of the rights of migrants in Poland. We want Poland to be a country, where people of different races, religions and cultures want to cooperate and understand each other. We want to live in a country, where human rights rule and people are 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. We are particularly interested in promoting this dialogue between Poles and foreigners who arrive to Poland to seek protection.
We struggle to reach our goals mainly through informational and educational activities. We believe that contact and dialogue are the first two steps to understanding.
Polish Migration Forum focuses on initiatives based on spreading information and awareness related to migration, asylum, multiculturalism.
Projects leaded by Polish Migration Forum Foundation (PFM):
Education of migrants in Poland
• A world in our classroom: The project develops tolerance and openness towards migrants and refugees among kindergarden aged children
• Access to education for refugee and asylum seeking children
• Awareness campaign for teachers
• You can gain education in Warsaw!
• Information Centre for Foreigners: The aim of the project is to provide migrants with quality information and advice on their rights and obligations in Poland.
• Integration Film for Migrants (Lawyers for Refugees V)
• Migration Helpline
• Migroteka: This is a project developed by the Polish Migration Forum to improve awareness on refugees and migrants in Poland. This is done through establishment of twelve library collections on asylum and migration in Polish cities.
Integration of forced migrants in Poland
• Brwinow: my gate to the world
• Integration of Refugees in Local Communities
• Integration of Refugees in Poland - in numbers
• Międzykulturowe Centrum Rozwoju i Edukacji - Warszawa Białołęka
• Refugee mothers - expecting in Poland
• Refugees - my neighbours
Trafficking of children
Agnieszka Kosowicz is the President of the Board of the Polish Migration Forum (PMF).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.