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Local Education and Social Justice in Poland

In summer 2013 undergraduate student Elisabeth Lembo spent three weeks conducting interviews in Poland as part of an ongoing initiative of the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service at Georgetown University. Her work focused on the Jesuit return to the mission of education and social justice. Hosted by the Jesuit University of Krakow, she also studied local educational initiatives, including one of Poland's only charter schools as well as a training program that seeks to teach anti-discrimination to police officers. Over her three weeks, Liz gathered information from religious leaders, professors, students, and other relevant figures to create a thorough examination of modern education efforts in Poland, with a focus on their direct role in the advancement of social justice.
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