Call for Participants 'Facing Facts!' Hate Crime Monitoring & Training Workshop: Warsaw, 28-29 October 2015 (Deadline: 19 October)

Facing Facts Forward

ENGLISH | POLSKI Within the framework of our hate crime monitoring and training project Facing Facts! Forward, CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe in partnership with the Taube Center for the Renewal of Jewish Life in Poland Foundation / Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute is organising a 2-day joint seminar for law enforcement and Civil Society Organisations. Facing Facts! Forward is a European project aiming to empower Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to collect data on hate incidents/crime through training, so that bias motivated incidents will no longer be denied and victims’ rights will be protected.

What is this workshop about?

The goal of this 2 day awareness workshop is to foster the cooperation between CSOs and law enforcement through a common training on hate crime today, so that in the future we strengthen the possibility of establishing information sharing protocols between police and CSOs.


Wednesday 28 October 2015, 09.00 to Thursday 29 October 2015, 17.00

Who can take part?

Polish Civil Society Organisations, police, communities, media, social workers. About CEJI: CEJI is an international non-profit organisation established in 1991 working towards an inclusive and democratic Europe in which people enjoy their full potential with all their diversity. CEJI acts on this vision through 3 integrated activities: diversity education, intercultural dialogue and anti-discrimination advocacy. The quality of CEJI programmes has been recognized through several external evaluations as well as two prestigious awards (Gold Prize Winner for quality in adult education from the European Commission Lifelong Learning Programme (2008) and First Prize Winner for Intercultural Commitment by the BMW Group (2010). Don’t wait, apply now! Please fill out the application form below along with a one-page CV and send it to before 19 October 2015. Please note that CEJI will not be able to cover any travel or accommodation costs. For further information please contact