Development Co-operation Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Institute of Regional and Global Studies of the Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies of Warsaw University, Office of the United Nations Development Programme in Poland have the pleasure to present the results of the second edition of the call for essays that constitutes a part of the series "Poland is a promised land" entitled "Challenges of international co-operation for development assistance".
The Winners of the second edition of the call for essays of the series "Poland is a Promised land", entitled "Challenges of international co-operation for development assistance"
Fist prize: KATARZYNA KOT - paper entitled: "Microfinance and the Millennium Development Goals"
Second Prize: PIOTR CYKOWSKI - paper entitled: "Political, historical and cultural factors conditioning development assistance activities as a background of the conflict in Tibet"
HANNA SAMARYNA - paper entitled: "Awareness and spirituality versus development - comparison of Poland and Belarus"
KRZYSZTOF LECHOWSKI - paper entitled: "Process of social awareness and support building for development assistance in Poland"
Distinction Prize: MACIEJ WOLNY - paper entitled "Millennium Development Goals - experiences and perspectives of implementation" and BEATA CIEŚLIŃSKA -paper entitled: "Poland can be a paradise for millions of people or in other words our development assistance initiatives. Basic goals, conditioning factors and achievements"
PRIZE-GIVING CEREMONY will take place on December 19, 2006 at 16:00, Hall number 15, in Kazimierzowki Palace (Warsaw University Campus), Krakowskie Przedmieście Street 26/28, Warsaw.
EVERYONE INTERESED IN KINDLY INVITED.