The main aim of the events is to create a fun environment in which to develop better relations and understanding between the various communities living in Wrocław.
The first such event, which featured contributions from Radio Ram's Terence Clark-Ward and Jewish singer-songwriter Bente Kahan, was held at Recepcja earlier this month.
Next Wednesday's gathering features live music from New Zealander Sam Alty and stand-up from Syrian Ehssan Chamiey. They'll also be contributions by viral vloggers 'Forejners' and the editor of Wrocław Uncut. On top of that, several Wrocławians from around the world will be explaining what their home country has in common with Poland.
To give you more info on the event, check out the official invitation from the organisers below:
We all know that Wrocław is a city with a rich cultural offering of concerts, performances, arts & crafts, festivals and so on. The city is developing well and not only attracting a growing number of tourists, but also foreigners choosing to live and work or study here – people who now consider Wrocław their home.
By doing so, the international community are also having an impact on the local culture. Wrocław is becoming a more multicultural city – a place we all share regardless of where we come from and what we look like.
In order to highlight the existence of the foreign contingent in the city, and its integration into Polish society, we've decided to set up a series of 'International Wrocław' events.
These events set out to integrate and present the variety of cultures in Wrocław via a series of talks, discussions, fun & games, live music and other forms of entertainment. The events are to take place monthly at a different location within the city and are always free to attend.
The idea is to encourage Poles and foreigners to come together and learn as much about each other as possible. This will be done using a variety of means, whether it be sharing opinions, co-educating, advising or enjoying entertainment produced by Poles and foreigners.
The events are supported by Wrocław City Council as they share our belief that by working together and spending time in a fun, positive environment, we can tackle a lot of issues. Such gatherings also provide a platform for us to discuss controversial matters such as racism, multiculturalism and nationalism, in turn helping us better understand modern day Wrocław.