Polish-Russian Youth Exchange 2018 in numbers
- 56 applications were sent to the Polish-Russian Youth Exchange in 2018. The applicants sought co-financing of their projects for a total amount of PLN 3,965,260.68, which gives an average amount of PLN 70,808.
- The highest amount requested was PLN 212,734 and the lowest PLN 22,217.20.
- They provided for the exchange of 1733 young Poles and Russians and their supervisors.
- Seven applications did not pass the formal evaluation, and out of the 49 submitted for consideration by the Grant Committee, it was decided to co-finance 18, for a total amount of PLN 993,642.28.
- The largest number of applications came traditionally from the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship – nine, followed by Mazovia with seven applications and Greater Poland with six. Five applications came from Silesian and Lower Silesian Voivodships, four from Kujawy-Pomeranian and Pomeranian Voivodships, three from regions of the Lesser Poland and Podlasie, two from Lubusz Voivodeship and city of Opole, and one application from the following voivodships: Łódz, Lublin, Podkarpackie, Świętokrzyskie, and West Pomeranian.
- The topic "The uniqueness of small homelands – Polish and Russian treasure" was the most popular – it was chosen by as many as 30 applicants
- "Patriotism 100 years after regaining independence – how is the love to the motherland expressed" – 8 applications;
- "Of all the irrelevant things, football is by far the most important. To what extent sport has become the last sacred ritual for a modern man" – 7 applications;
- "Am I what I eat? Bio, eco and organic. Food, nutrition and health" – 6 applications;
- "Jobs of the future – man vs. robot? " – 3 applications and
- "The pop-culture heroes of Poland and Russia – what do they say about our societies? " – 1 application
Traditionally, the largest number of partners – 16, came from the Kaliningrad Oblast, as the second comes St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Oblast with 15, and the third place goes to Moscow and Podmoskovye with 8 partners. Two partners came from Irkutsk and Yaroslavl each, and one from the following cities: Krasnodar, Ekaterinburg, Belgorod, Nizhny Novgorod, Velikiy Novgorod, Ufa, Tyumen, Tomsk, Omsk, Samara, and Rostov-on-Don
List of entities to which co-financing has been granted:
- IKE Association – 50,000
- Strzelno Municipality – Primary School with Bilingual Departments in Strzelno –34,350
- Association for the Volunteer Centre Beskidy – 70,000
- "Bliżej dziecka" the Association of Parents and Teachers to Aid Children from the Municipal School Complex No. 5 in Gorlice – 70,000
- UKS "Okej" in Lublin - 53,895.38
- Poviat Grodzisk – Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski Technical Schools Complex – 57, 000
- The University of Economy in Bydgoszcz – 80,000
- The City of Wejherowo – Secondary School Complex No. 2 – 40,000
- The City of Warsaw – gen. P. Szembek Primary School No. 374 – 22,177.20
10.UKS "Talent" Olsztyn – City of Olsztyn – Sybiraków Primary School No. 5 – 54,000
11.Rozdrażew Municipality – Primary School in Rozdrażew – 67,700
12.The City of Poznan – A. Fiedler Primary School No. 10 in Poznań – 60,000
13.Młynary Municipality – S. Żeromskiego Primary School in Młynary – 28,958
14. The City of Poznan – Center for Vocational and Continuing Education in Poznań – 60,000
15. "Piastun" – Foundation for Children and Youth – 64,000
16.Association for Disabled Children and Youth „Razem do celu” – 71,000
17.Psary Municipality – Marshal J. Piłsudski Primary School in Psary – 54,561.70
18.The Youth Human Impact Association – 56,000