sobota, lipca 29, 2006

Popularisation of democratic values by the Theodor-Heuss-Kolleg

The Theodor-Heuss-Kolleg was a funding programme of Robert Bosch Foundation. This collegue supported popularisation of democratic values among young people from East Central Europe.

I was a member of the Theodor-Heuss-Kolleg from May 2005 till July 2006. The photos present the finish of the collegue in July 2006 in Berlin.

Training how to conduct a seminar

I recommend veryone to take part on trainings of every kind. Because I learnt to conduct an international seminar I took part on a training "How to conduct a seminar", which was organised by Theodor-Heuss-Kolleg of the Robert Bosch Foundation.

Eastern Europe on move

Project work is something very important for the personal development of young people. Students of Eastern and Central Europe could learn the project work in practice thanks to the Theodor-Heuss-Kolleg of the Robert Bosch Foundation.

Me as a member of the Kolleg together with two other members conducted an German-Ukrainian-Polish seminar about Eastern Europe on the move in Toruń in March 2006.

History of Śląsk / Silesia

History of the borderland on example of Śląsk / Silesia is very important for Poles, Czechs and Germans.

Prof. Angelow (University Potsdam) conducted a seminar related to the history of Śląsk / Silesia from the 18th till 20th century.
Seminar group in Krasków by Świdnica

czwartek, lipca 27, 2006

Difficult neighbourhood in Alsace and Lothringen

Relationships between France and Germany are called often as "difficult". Especially Alsace and Lothringen are the regions which caused conflicts.

So Prof. Jürgen Angelow and Prof. Bernhard Kroener (University in Potsdam) organised a seminar on the "difficult neighbourhood in Alsace and Lothringen in the 19th and 20th century". It took place at different places in Alsace and Lothringen in 2005.

I gave there a lecture about cardinal Richelieu's politics regarding other European countries.

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środa, lipca 26, 2006

Bologna process in Germany, Hungary and Poland

Students from almost all European countries should be interested in analyses of studies in Europe after the Bologna process.

The Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education publishes a number of changes which are important for universities after the Bologna process.

How it looks like in Germany, Hungary and Poland? Thanks to the cooperation between the Nicolaus Copernicus University, University in Göttingen and Szeged University in Hungary students of those universities could exhange their experiencies after the introduction of Bologna process at universities within a seminar.