• February 27, 2013
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The integration of Polish organizations in Vilnius


Last Sunday The Polish Student Club organized in Vilnius integration games. 20 people took part in it, among them there were students from Klub Włóczęgów Wileńskich, the folk dance team “Zgoda”, students from Vilnius branch of University of Białystok (the members of Students Economy Association KNSE named Friedrich August von Hayek) and students from The Polish Student Club which is located in Vilnius.

Agnieszka Łobaczewska and Ewa Rakowska, the people who organized the game, said that it was quite challenging to encourage people from different organizations to integrate into groups in order to do the tasks. However, it was worth it. The main aim of the game was achieved – the integration of the members of Polish associations in Vilnius.

After completing 12 tasks, the competitors were invited to one of the Vilnius coffee house where were some sweets and prizes founded by Semper Polonia Foundation (the invitation to the ice ring and to the bowling alley).

The day finished with an intellectual game in which the questions were associated with Vilnius history, literature, culture and art.

According to participant’s opinion, organizing the game was a great idea to integrate and to spend free time as well to know something more about Vilnius. The Polish Student Club said that it was first but no the last initiative of organizing an integration game.

Source: http://pl.delfi.lt/kultura/kultura/integracja-organizacji-polskich-w-wilnie.d?id=60790041#ixzz2M8TvyP00

Tłumaczenie Diana Omiljaniuk w ramach praktyk w Europejskiej Fundacji Praw Człowieka, www.efhr.eu. Translated by Diana Omiljaniuk the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu. 


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