Barka team in Dublin had the honor to participate in the meeting with the Polish Parliamentary Committee for Communication with Polish Diaspora Abroad. The meeting took place in MyMind (Psychotherapy Dublin) on Tuesday 12th February.
Members of Parliament and the Commission met with Poles working for Polish and Irish aid organizations. They are particularly interested in the range of support provided by civil society organisations.
We would like to express our gratitude for the invitation and the opportunity to be part of this important gathering.
We are proud to share that from the 1st of January till the 31st of December 2018, 68 persons were reconnected via Barka IE to their home countries, 5 people was reconnected to Barka Community in Poznan where he’s in process of rehabilitation and job training.
The nationality breakdown of reconnected individuals:
Barka team in Dublin had the honor to be invited to Latvian National Day which took place in National Concert Hall on Thursday 18th October, followed by a concert of chamber orchestra KREMERATA BALTICA and violinist Mr Gidon Kremer.
Spectacular music of one of the best violinist was an unforgettable experience for our team. We would like to express our gratitude for invitation and opportunity to be part of this day.
Ewa Sadowska of Barka Ireland took part in a scientific conference „Current challanges in social policy. Poles in the EU. Homelessness and migrations”. organised by Jan Długosz Academy in Czestochowa on the 3rd of December 2015. The conference highlighted a collection … Czytaj dalej →
BARKA Foundation has won the 2nd prize (Civil Society Award) from the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in Brussels for the project of vocational training centres for social integration supporting the unemployed people to return to labour market.
Uprzejmie informuję, że w dniu 6 lipca br. krótką wizytę oficjalną w Irlandii złoży Pan Grzegorz Schetyna, Minister Spraw Zagranicznych RP, w związku z zaplanowanymi na ten dzień polsko-irlandzkimi konsultacjami politycznymi z Panem Charlesem Flanaganem, Ministrem Spraw Zagranicznych i Handlu Irlandii. Czytaj dalej →
Tomasz Sadowski, chairman of Barka Foundation for Mutual Help, was admitted to the Council of Elders of the Royal Tribe of Pokomo in Kenya. For the first time in 400 years, the white man has been adopted to the Council of Elders. A ceremony took place on the 5th of March in the Barka centre in Poznan, Poland. For this occassion the king of the Pokomo Dr Makorani-a-Mungase VII paid a special visit.
On the 25th of February 2015 at a festive gala at the European Parliament, Tomasz Sadowski and Ewa Sadowska received European Citizens Award on behalf of the Barka Foundation. The award was presented by Maired Mcguinnes, vice president of the European Parliament. Czytaj dalej →
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