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The Gdańsk Equality Award was inspired by the Gdańsk Equality Council, set up by Mayor Paweł Adamowicz. The originator of the Award is dr Tomasz Snarski from the Faculty of Law and Administration of UG, who was a member of the first composition of the Council. For the first time in history, the Gdańsk Equality Award was presented on December 10, 2017,…
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On June 1, we celebrate International Children's Day. We celebrated this special day together with the youngest children from the University Kindergarten. International Children's Day was established in 1954 by the United Nations General Assembly to promote the ideals and goals of children's rights as set out in the Charter of the United Nations. On…
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The University of Gdańsk pursues the idea of lifelong learning. We are the patron of the Children's University - a place where curiosity and fascination with the world of science are satisfied from an early age. We invite children and young people aged 6-16 to study remotely - Children's University at Home. It is an innovative program of studying in a…
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We are approaching a spring weekend rich in historical anniversaries. Because of the pandemic, it is devoid of joint patriotic demonstrations. It is more a time for reflection on history. The patriotic and festive weekend begins with International Workers' Solidarity Day, known as Labour Day, celebrated in Poland and around the world on May 1 for 130 years, as a symbolic commemoration of the workers' protests in Chicago…
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The Flag Day of the Republic of Poland is a holiday established in 2004. Ewa Karolina Cichocka talks to prof. dr hab. Beata Możejko from the Faculty of History of the University of Gdańsk about the heraldic meaning of the Polish flag's colours. - We think that we know what the colours of our flag mean, but according to heraldry the answer is probably not that simple. What do the red and white colours mean? - Heraldry,…