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Over 4600 participants were involved in over 90 actions taken in 2008 in 15 towns and cities participating in the ‘Research on the Attitudes Towards Jews’ project.
Over 150 people participated in multicultural dialogue workshops for teachers and local leaders, carried out by the experts of the Holocaust Research Center of the Institute of the Jagiellonian University, and 60 teachers took part in additional Jewish culture workshops. Over 3000 students participated in youth activities (history and culture of Polish Jews and Jewish music and dance workshops, trips along the Jewish heritage trails, cleaning of the Jewish cemeteries). Finally over 1400 people came for the open meetings – lectures and encounters with the representatives of the Jewish Community.
Completion of the above actions would not have been possible without great amount of help and involvement from our local partners. We cordially thank all those who contributed to our project. We also would like to express our hope that our cooperation will continue in 2009, and that together we will carry out further actions promoting tolerance, openness and knowledge of the multicultural heritage of Poland.
'Research on the Attitude Towards Jews and Their Heritage. Cooperation with Local Partners in Selected 15 Towns. Education for Tolerance' program is supported by the Batory Foundation.

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