GEOP, the most important scientific activity of POLIN Museum, includes educational and research projects, international exchange of scholars, conferences, and publications.
POLIN Museum gladly welcomes families with children. Most of family programs take place at King Matt’s Family Education Area.
A scholarship program for international students to develop their professional skills at POLIN Museum welcomed a new cohort in 2017.
PIYE is a joint initiative of POLIN Museum and our Association.
This summer educational project brings together students and lecturers from Poland, Israel, Germany, and Ukraine.
A program for teachers and educators from various countries.
Museum on Wheels has been traveling across the length and breadth of Poland since 2014.
Supporting the educators in teaching the history of Polish Jews.
In 2017 we organized a special visit for junior high school students from Bełżyce.
The training aims at providing guided visits to the core exhibition in Hebrew.
A social-educational campaign marks the anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Integrative workshops for Polish and Israeli
students and a meeting of local
government representatives with the
Chief Rabbi of Poland and of Cracow.