Share your vision of Europe!
Public speaking workshop for people with migration experience who live within the European Union.
During the workshop run by Dorota Warakomska, the participants:
- learn techniques used during public speeches
- learn ways of how to boost one’s self-confidence
- discover simple methods of how to attract listeners’ attention
- raise their awareness and sense of political agency.
The workshop will be held in the Room of Portraits at the Museum of Warsaw in Polish, with possible translation into Ukrainian and English.
The workshop will be recorded as part of Marta Romankiv’s project titled “Europworkshop”.
Apply to attend:
Participation in the event is free.
When: May 17 (Wednesday), 7 p.m. 17:00-20:00
Dorota Migas-Mazur at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The instructor: Dorota Warakomska – Polish journalist and commentator on international events. By vocation—trainer, advisor, coach and mentor. She has been teaching people how to speak in public for more than a dozen years, since she left TVP Polish Television in 2006. In her workshops, she draws on her television and radio experience, the experience she gained in the USA, as well as her knowledge of practical social psychology (postgraduate studies) and coaching (she has completed a certified Multilevel Coaching seminar). Do date, Dorota has trained several thousand people from NGOs, local government and business—board members and corporate managers, executives from consulting and legal firms, as well as from companies dealing with technology and telecommunications.
SHARE YOUR VISION OF EUROPE!
Recordings within the “Europworkshop” project.
Workshop participants will have an opportunity to check their newly acquired skills in front of the camera on 20-21 May.
Everyone will get a chance to share their vision of the future of Europe and become part of the “Europworkshop” project. The recordings will complement Marta Romankiv’s artistic project and will be presented in subsequent locations.
The recordings will be held in native languages. Before each recording, a professional make-up artist will apply a subtle make-up.