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The next Erasmus+ Human Rights mobility took place from November 12-19, 2022 in Antalya, Turkey. Learning is not just a classroom, it’s not just a school bench, chalk and blackboard, it’s also learning through action, discovery and exploration. Such an opportunity is provided by international projects of the Erasmus + program. This time, as a “Human Rights” project group, we participated in mobility in Adalya Koleji, and the leading theme was human rights to live


Erasmus+ HUMAN RIGHTS mobility in Poland

On February 24, 2022, after Russia’s attack on Ukraine, we all woke up to a different reality. This is a difficult time, which is why it is so important for young people from around the world to come together to create a better, safer future – without wars. This is the second round of meetings under the theme “Human rights as a digital citizen.” Discussions difficult, but much needed. Schools from Greece, Turkey, Great Britain


Erasmus+ HUMAN RIGHTS. Human Rights – England

Erasmus+ HUMAN RIGHTS project this time in England.After almost 2 years of efforts, covid hindrances, war turmoil we succeeded. We spent Sunday, October 2, 2022, traveling to attend a panel discussion on the condition of human rights first thing Monday morning. We had the opportunity to participate in classes in literature, physics, mathematics, biology and French. This is a unique opportunity to brush up on the language just before matriculation. In the afternoon we toured


Let’s give the floor to the young people of Erasmus+

Human rights, The problem of refugees in Europe are very difficult, yet extremely important and timely topics. These were the issues addressed by the youth of our school during an international debate in Eskişehir, Turkey. The Erasmus+ Human Rights project (number: 2020-1-UK01-KA229-079689) involves high schools from Poland, Greece, Turkey and the United Kingdom. From November 28 to December 4, 2021, a seven-member delegation from our school, supervised by Ms. Agnieszka Organista and Ms. Renata Jakubczyk,


The school stage of the international competition for the logo of the Erasmus + Human Rights project has come to an end.

The commission, consisting of : Agnieszka Organista- project coordinator, Renata Jakubczyk- English teacher, Michal Trusz- graphic design teacher , awarded the following places:First place ex aequo goes to Jan Urbaniak and Patryk Lubowski. The work of Jan Urbaniak is characterized by an unusual lightness in the approach to the design of graphic signs. The delicate form of the signet is balanced by precisely chosen typography, and the whole creates a complementary form that is easily