Solidarity means thinking about other people, while understanding the way they feel. Solidarity is a common #language. On such frame, sport plays a meaningful cultural role, through the way it builds a sense of belonging toward a common passion, over emotions and universal rules that break down prejudices and creates the ground for #equality, regardless of race, #gender and religion. This is solidarity too. 🤝❤️🤝
Krzysztof Jarymowicz is CEO and #project manager of “Fundacja Dla Wolności” in Poland, an apolitical foundation that works for #migrants’ integration and tackles any discrimination. He is also the founder of “Etnoliga”, a multicultural football league and #social project for amateur players, coming from 90 different countries, including refugees and women.⚽️🌎🏳️🌈 Today Krzysztof will be explaining us the way solidarity stay present in his professional life and working environment. 👫👫
Living Solidarity Alliance is a project financed by the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme under the framework of Strategic Partnership. The general aim is to increase the ability to work more effectively with the focus of solidarity with young people and find new inspiration on how solidarity can be more present in our society. After a long process of research made by 5 European organisations, Associazione Joint Milano, Fundacja Arte Ego, Tandem, Development center Pangeya Ultima / Центр розвитку Пангея…Ультіма, CABUWAZI-Altglienicke, the results are being shared through video podcasts “Growing Solidarity”.