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Partners

A great part of our resources are allocated to projects co-arranged with stakeholders all over Poland. Thus, we initiate or are partner of exhibitions, conferences and seminars, film screenings, concerts, festivals, performances and workshops. We cooperate every year with dozens of Polish cultural institutions, organizations, libraries, cinemas, schools and universities.

 

 

EMBASSY OF DENMARK

 

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The Embassy of Denmark in Poland is our regular partner in cooperation.

http://polen.um.dk/pl.aspx

 

 

EUNIC

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Danish Cultural Institute is a member of EUNIC Warsaw (European Union National Institutes for Culture). EUNIC’s task is to support and promote cooperation between cultural institutions from countries belonging to European Union.

 

The organization’s main goals are:
– to create effective partnership between the members;
– to support and promote cultural diversity and understanding between the European societies;
– to strengthen international dialogue and cooperation within and outside Europe.

 

There are over 90 EUNIC clusters in the world, one of them is EUNIC Warsaw. EUNIC Warsaw was established in 2007, it consists of 16 full members, 8 associated members and 11 partners. Since its establishment it has co-created cultural, social and educational projects with the participation of over 50 Polish institutions and organizations.

 

Find out more: http://www.eunic-online.eu/, http://warszawa.eunic-online.eu/

 

 

SPCC

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We are also member of the Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce.
SPCC is an association created by business people and entrepreneurs related to the Nordic countries. The chamber’s focus is on: extending the network, activities stimulating development of member companies, knowledge and experience sharing, supporting Scandinavian-Polish business interests.

 

http://www.spcc.pl/en/

 

 

Photo: Opening of exhibition Making Use in Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw (B. Stawiarski)