Diversity Hub Association
Diversity Hub to think tank, whose thematic axis is diversity in the work environment.
Halina Nieć Legal Aid Center Association
A public benefit organization, acting for the protection of human rights, above all providing free legal aid to people from groups at risk of social exclusion and discrimination.
Mikołaj Rej Foundation for the Support of Polish Culture and Language
A Foundation, among others, supporting the processes of integration and education of foreigners staying in Poland, schools teaching Polish and transferring knowledge about Poland beyond its borders.
Welcome to Krakow
An informal group conducting information activities, but above all, concerned with providing direct help to people who escape from wars, poverty, humiliation and fear and go to our city, country and Europe in general.
Polisfera - Foundation for Diversity
The Foundation deals, inter alia, with promoting knowledge about religious, ethnic, national, and sexual minorities as well as people with disabilities and coming from other marginalized groups.
The company conducts activities in the field of helping foreigners / expatriates to quickly find and acclimatize in their new environment, learn its culture and customs. By establishing cooperation with companies delegating their employees to Poland, we provide a wide range of services, from picking up from the airport, finding a flat, to regulating office and administrative matters.
An fb community and at the same time a place dedicated to networking and connecting people from abroad living in Krakow.
Association of Multicultural Families
The association declares openness to new people who have multiculturalism at heart and who want to care for and have a real influence, in particular, on the quality of multicultural families functioning in our country.
Anti-Discrimination Education Society (TEA)
The Anti-Discrimination Education Society (TEA) was founded in 2009 by people involved in anti-discrimination education. The Society brings together several dozen people who specialize in this field - they include anti-discrimination trainers, creators of projects for equality and diversity, members of organizations supporting groups exposed to discrimination.
An independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization that deals, inter alia, with education and social activities aimed at stopping intolerance, discrimination and violence based on sex, sexual orientation, the ethnic or national origin, age, degree of fitness and others.
British Council Foundation Branch in Krakow
The Foundation helps citizens, citizens and institutions to create a more open and prosperous society in which global solutions will be sought for local problems.
Villa Decius Association
At the core of all of the Association's programs, there is the idea of the representatives of various fields of science and culture, nationality and areas of interest to meet, to exchange ideas, promote pluralism and tolerance in public life.
Dialog Foundation - Pheniben
The main goal of the activity is to promote multiculturalism, anti-discrimination activities and knowledge about the Roma community. The activities are addressed both to minority communities, mainly Roma, as well as to majority communities.
INTERKULTURALNI PL Association
The mission of the Association is to promote the development of an open and multicultural society, implemented through changes in the legal system, cultural education, promotion of different cultures, and integration programs.
Armenian Cultural Association
A socio-cultural organization of Polish Armenians, its aim is to integrate Polish Armenians and to document their history and culture.
The organization, with its program, tries to respond to the needs for the growing, multigenerational and diverse Jewish community of Krakow. Various clubs involve members of similar age and similar interests, and the holidays and weekly Sabbath dinners are an opportunity for the whole community to spend time together.
Jewish Religious Community in Krakow
The community is one of the seven communities included in the Union of Jewish Religious Communities in Poland. It covers the areas of south-eastern Poland (Krakow, Tarnow, and Nowy Sącz), and associates approx. 140 members who, together with their families, form a large Jewish community in this region.
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The ZUSTRICZ Foundation works primarily for the rapprochement and cooperation between Poland and Ukraine, overcoming barriers and stereotypes, and building modern, democratic societies. The Foundation supports the integration of Ukrainians living in Poland.
Czulent Jewish Association
An association of a national minority, associating Jews men and Jewish women in Poland.
Muslim Center in Krakow
The main goals of the organization are to create a convenient place in Krakow for meetings and prayers for Muslims, organizing such Muslim celebrations and holidays as Ramadan, Eid, etc. and to develop and spread knowledge about Islam.
Dormition of the Mother of God Orthodox Church
Implementing its mission, the Allerhand Institute works to enrich the public domain by providing results of studies and analyzes for institutions appointed to create and apply law in Poland and the European Union, in particular to the Civil Law Codification Commission, the Government Legislation Center, the Sejm Analysis Office or the Commission European Parliament, OECD and other bodies, organs and international agencies.
"U-WORK" Foundation for Polish-Ukrainian Cooperation
The Foundation operates for the benefit of Ukrainian citizens and people of Ukrainian nationality residing in Poland or another country of the European Union.
Society for Crisis Intervention
The statutory goal of the Society for Crisis Intervention is to help people in crisis situations and to restore their ability and capability to solve their own life problems on their own.
The Foundation's mission is to promote multilingualism in children and adults, help foreigners living in Poland to cultivate their children's language of origin and support families in helping each other, organizing an interesting way of spending free time.
The Foundation deals with the relocation services of employees from all over the world to Poland. Our services include administration of relocated employment, benefits packages for employees from abroad as well as training and auditing in the field of employing foreigners.
Kałe Jakha – Society for the Promotion of Roma Culture and Tradition
A group promoting Roma culture.
IWAK International Women's Association of Krakow
The organization gathers foreign immigrants living in Krakow. IWAK is a non-profit organization open to all, it is non-religious, non-political and non-affiliated with any other institution. The group provides support and advice on living in Krakow.
Roma Association in Krakow
An organization working for the Roma community living in the Municipality of Krakow.
Roma Harangos Educational Association
The Roma Educational Association "Harangos" was registered in June 2004. The organization brings together young Roma and non-Roma people, students and masters of various fields, such as pedagogy, sociology, philology, art or journalism, interested in activities for the Roma community.
Jewish Culture Festival Association
The Jewish Culture Festival Association in Krakow has existed since March 1, 1995 to organize the annual Jewish Culture Festival and other activities for the Jewish culture and heritage.
The idea of creating the Judaica Foundation - Center for Jewish Culture was born in Krakow, at the end of the 80s, during the great historical changes in Poland - in the environment of people of the world of culture, science and art, with the participation of the then President of the Jewish Community in Krakow, Mr. Czesław Jakubowicz.
Institute for Strategic Studies Foundation
A specialist research unit addressing the most important problems of Poland and the modern world. The Institute's area of activity includes international relations with a special focus on Poland's integration with the European Union.
Polish Humanitarian Action Branch in Krakow
The Polish Humanitarian Organization is an organization working for human rights in the world.
Amnesty International Krakow
The organization researches, documents and publishes reports on the cases of violations of human rights throughout the world, but it is just the beginning of its work. They undertake practical and effective actions to stop violations and help victims.
Student Legal Clinic
The Student Legal Clinic of the Jagiellonian University has been operating since 1997. The initiators of its creation at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University were Professor Associate Maria Szewczyk, PhD, Professor Associate Fryderyk Zoll, PhD and Halina Nieć, PhD. Clinical teaching was introduced into the study program, complementing the existing model of education, and is the so-called optional subject. In 2005, the Clinic obtained the status of the University's basic activity. Until 2012, the clinic was called the University Legal Clinic. Wojciech Górowski is currently the head of it.
Indian Polish Association for the Development of Culture
The association was founded in Krakow in 2000 upon the initiative of Umesh Nautiyal, the IPCC President since the beginning. Every year, on the occasion of traditional Indian holidays - Saint Colors and the Festival of Lights - we organize festivals that bring the culture of India closer to the inhabitants of Krakow. Since the very beginning, our activities have been patronized by the J.E. Ambassador of India in Poland R.L. Narayan. The goal of the IPCC is to present various aspects of Indian culture, and in particular its most subtle classic form. The active members of the IPCC include both Poles fascinated with India and Indians who live in Poland permanently or study and work here temporarily.
Infomigrator in Krakow
An information portal for foreigners.