• April 26, 2013
  • 108

Polish language Lovers Club in Lithuania

© Organizatorių archyvo nuotr.

22 April 2013 in UWW in Kaunas, Lithuania held a ceremonial opening of the Club’s fans of the Polish language and Polish culture A. Mickiewicz. In the opening took part Dr. Margaret Kasner, Director of the Polish Institute in Vilnius, one of the main partners of the Institute of foreign languages UWW. Ms. m. Kasner in his speech stressed the importance of the Club, as well as the great importance of foreign language in today’s society. With the opening of the Lithuanian team took care of the musical setting of the University Edukologicznego Evviva L’arte.

During the meeting there was presented a new academic organization, were discussed her visions and lines of action, as well as the possibility of study and internships in Poland. Mindaugas Norkevičius, one of the main initiators and organizers of the pointed out the Club’s task will be to popularize the Polish language and Polish culture, uniting people interested in Polish language and Polish culture, information about the Polish cultural events, literary, artistic, associated with Polish tradition and about the possibilities of studying in Poland.

In the nearest plans of the Club is a visit study to Warsaw, Polish film festival, Polish dance lessons and trips to places associated with Polish culture in Lithuania.

Source: http://pl.delfi.lt/kultura/kultura/klub-milosnikow-jezyka-polskiego-na-litwie.d?id=61238919#ixzz2VF97TXgv

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

Related post

E. Dobrowolska: Next year, citizens will have more opportunities to petition.

On Friday, the Sejm unanimously approved The Constitutional Law on petitions prepared by the Ministry of…

“Mackiewicz is your man”: the end of the year of Józef Mackiewicz

On Friday, December 16, the last of this year’s events dedicated to Józef Mackiewicz took place…
Another failed approach to legalization of diacritics in documents

Another failed approach to legalization of diacritics in documents

Another failed approach to the legalization of diacritics in documents. Deputies returned the project to the…