They got a taste of “Everyday Law” during workshops of the “Dura Lex sed Lex” program and participated in a condensed version of “Public Achievement”. They spent one day doing volunteer work in the community for homeless people “Brother Albert” and at the organization for autism “Mada”. They also had occasion to visit the local company “ZET-transport”. In Krakow they visited the Christian Culture Foundation “Znak”, the Jewish Quarter “Kazimierz” and other tourist highlights such as Wawel Castle and the Cloth Hall. In Nowy Sacz they attended lessons in the department of Russian language and literature at the local Community College. Participants took part in a radio broadcast at “Radio Dobre Nowiny” and learned about free press during a workshop with journalists of the popular newspaper “Dziennik Polski”. 

Evenings were spent with local Polish students. They got together for such sports activities as wall climbing and bowling, participated in a music workshop with Szymon Marciniak, and went to a Fire-Dance Show by Marcin Fornal. And during the night … well, they visited local discos and jazz clubs.

On behalf of participants we would like to extend our gratitude to the College of Eastern Europe and Polish-American Freedom Foundation - RITA Program for their continued support of this significant program.