Shortle, Honey. (2021, October 5). The new face of the Świdnickie pass: A space for dialogue was created there. Randrlife.
A place that invites the people of Wroclaw to joint discussions and meetings is an invaluable initiative –Bartomeg Potocki, Director of the Immigrant Rights Institute
Przejście Świdnickie [Passage of Dialogue] is an information point where people can learn about current social activities carried out by Wrocław institutions and NGOs. It is also a place for workshops, and conversations with local activists. There are 350 square meters available, divided into 8 spaces. It is intended as a space where residents of Wroclaw can meet, understand one another, and collaborate to support the development of dialogue. The spaces include a green area with more than 40 plants, a gallery, an exhibition space, and a co-working area. Discussions, exhibitions, workshops and small concerts will be organized; residents can submit events for consideration. The Passage also offers information for migrants looking for support in everyday and official matters. The inaugural event will be Dialogopolis’21 – Month of Intercultural Dialogue and Education, held in October 2021.