• Educators

    Masters of Dialogue

Ewelina Bartosik
An educator. Since 2010, she has coordinated and lead workshops for children and teenagers in cooperation with institutions involved in out-of-school education, public space and local identity studies. She is the president of Kraina Association that promotes oral history as a method of discovering small communities. She digitizes old family photographs of Warsaw residents and looks for ways to use them for neighborhood actions
Franciszek Bojańczyk
Student of History and Hebrew at College for Interdisciplinary Individual Studies in the Humanities at the Warsaw University. A fan of two Orients – the real one and the other one, which is geographically closer – East-Central Europe. He travels around them as a tour leader and a guide. Works with Forum for Dialogue since 2015.
Aneta Ceglarek
A specialist in Judaic studies. She comes from the Lower Silesia region of Poland. She is a double graduate of Summer Hebrew Program at the Hebrew University. She has been working as an educator and a guide at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN. She participated in the "Polish Righteous - Recalling Forgotten History" and "Museum on Wheels" projects. Her interests cover history of art and cinema. She has been working with Forum since 2012.
Dorota Cieślik
A graduate in Psychology at the University of Finance and Management and the School for Administration and Business Coaches. She works as a street worker in the Praga district of Warsaw, conducts workshops on topics connected to society, ecology and personal development. She worked as an academic tutor in the fields of psychology and work ethics. Working with teenagers is what she enjoys the most. She is a punk rock fan interested in street art activities.
Anna Desponds
A graduate in Sociology at Interdisciplinary Individual Studies in the Humanities. She has been working with Forum since 2007. She is a manager of culture, involved in promoting new film forms. She believes in multiculturalism.
Olena Dobosh
A graduate in Psychology at I. Franko National University in Lviv, currently a PhD student at Graduate School for Social Research of Polish Academy of Sciences. She is working on the topic of remembrance and identity of places with interrupted historical continuity. She likes to travel and meet new people.
Katarzyna Domagała
She graduated with a degree in Slavonic Studies and Jewish Studies, as well as Inter-Ethnic and Migration Studies at the Jagiellonian University, specializing in the history of Jews of the Balkans. She works at a bank where she trains financial analysts. She spends her after-work hours planning trips and successfully using culinary inspirations from her previous ones.
Marta Eichelberger-Jankowska
A graduate in Hebrew and Jewish Studies at UCL London. She also studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She works at Taube Center Foundation and at JCC Warsaw as a coordinator of Mi Dor Le Dor educational program, a guide and an educator. She seeks non-standard and detailed historical narratives. She has been involved with Forum since 2015.
Adam Gąsecki
An animator in cultural and artistic projects, in particular those related to theatre and drama. He is a drama coach, film educator, theatre actor, and director; as well as a graduate in Psychology. He has completed the School for Drama Coaches Drama Way, professional courses in the field of socially engaged theatre, and many courses and workshops for theatre actors led by Polish and international artists. He is now mainly involved with the Drama Way Foundation and the artistic group Sztuka Ciała.
Beata Godlewska
She studied Cultural Studies at Warsaw University. She has worked with Forum since 2009. In 2011, she coordinated a volunteer project at the Museum and Memorial in Majdanek. She is madly in love with Warsaw, her hometown, which she shows to tourists as a guide. She is passionate about music and ethnic dance, mainly Oriental.