Erasmus+ in Poland – June 2018

The second Erasmus+ network meeting took place in Poland and was hosted by Beata Mintus of Collegium Balticum in Szczecin.

Partners from across Europe reconnected to continue the conversations of Migration through #DigitalStorytelling – it was an opportunity to learn from our Polish partners on how they deliver creative ideas through storytelling.

Szczecin is a fascinating part of Poland – it is a city on the Oder River in northwest Poland. Its known for its 19th-century Waly Chrobrego, or Chobry Embankment, and the renovated Pomeranian Dukes’ Castle, now a cultural centre. The vast St. James Cathedral has a 14th-century tryptych, stained-glass windows and a tower with city views. Nearby is the Gothic Old Town Hall, hosting the National Museum’s exhibitions on Szczecin’s history and culture.