Early Stage Researcher Lisa Haberkern, member of the European Union’s Marie Curie Initial Training Network “Children born of war – past, present and future project,” attended the XXI Seminarium Śląskie.
This year’s edition was titled “Migration for the Perspective of Silesian, German-Polish and European Experiences” and took place form the 26th to 28th October in Kamień Śląski.
The annual meeting of researchers working on Silesian or Silesia-related topics gave a great overview over the research landscape and different projects being realized in or about the region and covered a wide spectrum.
The Seminar is realized by the House of Polish-German Co-operation, that is a non-profit non-governmental organization, a union of associations gathering a number of Polish and German non-profit organizations and institutions, that operates from offices in Opole and Gliwice.
For more information, see: http://www.haus.pl/en/
And to read more about the program, see: http://www.haus.pl/de/news-1058.html