Zaproszenie: CMR WEBINAR Forced Migration and Education May 6, 14:00 - 16:00 (CET) - register and join us!

Dear Sir or Madam,

On behalf of the Centre of Migration Research at the University of
Warsaw (CMR UW), the Embassy of Switzerland in Poland and the Union of
Polish Metropolises, we would like to invite you to participate in the
webinar entitled “Forced migration and education”, which will take
place on Friday, May 6th, 2022, at 14.00-16.00 (CET) on the Zoom

You can join the meeting after registering here [1]. In the confirmation
email, you will receive the details of the meeting. The meeting will be
recorded and the recording will be made available on the CMR UW channel
on YouTube. Below is a detailed description of the event.

CMR WEBINAR Forced migration and education
May 6, 14:00-16:00 (CET)



Michał Nowosielski and Ewa Cichocka


Migration Policies Research Unit & Socio-Cultural Research Unit, Centre of Migration Research [2]
University of Warsaw_ [3]
Unia Metropolii Miast Polskich [4]
Embassy of Switzerland in Poland [5]

During the first two months since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on
February 24th 2022, almost 5 million people [6] left the country.
Polish cities, NGOs and ordinary residents faced an unprecedented
challenge in Europe’s post-war history to address their needs. Large
cities, and increasingly also small towns need to respond to the needs
of a growing population of 2.8 million forced migrants who crossed
Polish borders, providing them with shelter, education, employment,
healthcare system and social services.  This series of CMR Webinars
“Migration and Cities. Managing the crisis” aims at discussing major
challenges experienced by Polish local administrations, NGOs and other
stakeholders who serve forced migrants and identifying solutions that
worked well in other contexts.  

This webinar will focus on policies addressing the educational needs of
forced migrants. First, the Polish-based panellists who represent
organizations engaged in facilitating access to the education system for
forced migrants will discuss the main challenges they experience. Next,
the panellists with expertise in education policies from other countries
will discuss the best strategies that could be implemented in Polish
cities or be some lessons learned in the Polish context.