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The Internet magazine Panorama Kultur – Europa Mniej Znana (Panorama of Cultures - Less Known Europe) deals with promoting culture of Central Eastern Europe region what is what is shared by all of us and what we differ at. The portal presents the cultural and intellectual life and traditions of Central and Eastern part of Europe. One of the aims of the portal is to be focused on undertakings connected with the culture of Central Eastern Europe and all the people interested in the subject. Panorama Kultur deals not only with the culture of nations but also the ethnic minorities and international cultures such as Jews, Lemkos or Roma. The portal is focused on the cultures of the Middle of Europe, but isn't closed for other European cultures. In future the portal is to present articles about interesting, though less known, cultural phenomenons from all our Continent The motto of the portal is: Let’s discover the less known Europe!!!
Szczypta Świata is an unofficial ambassador of the countries from the South. Thanks to importing hand made products from developing countries and providing reliable information about them the portal promotes a new image of such countries: both contrasting with the media vision of war and famine and different from what travel agencies tend to show: a paradise with palm trees. The portal presents joyful creators and hard-working people - Indians, local craftsman and street artists.
The website and the Foundation kaukaz.net was created thanks to people fascinated about Caucasus (Caucasia) who are willing to undertake activities to promote this not well known region. The aim is to provide information about South and North Caucasus and to present specificity of every Caucasian nation what involves informing about the culture, present situation, everyday life and problems.
www.tajga.org is a great on-line gallery of photographes from journeys to the post Soviet areas (i.e. Baikal, Caucasus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, The Kola Peninsula, The Sayan Mountains, Khakassia) as well as to China and United Arab Emirates.
Refugee.pl is both the Internet portal and the free paper published in Russian, English and Polish, which provide wide information about the countries refugees come from, the history of the countries, their culture. Refugee.pl also involves announcements for refugees.
The Association of Cultural Anthropologists 'Etnosfera' was registered in February, 2005. It was established thanks to the initiative of the people who shared common aims and ideas during studies in Anthropology at Faculty of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.
The website is based on Gadki z Chatki magazine - the only periodical in Poland focused on folk and its cultural context. It was initiated in 1996 by members of St. Nicolas Orchestra (Orkiestry św. Mikołaja) and is published by Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. It plays an important scientific and educational role.
The website has been managed by Fundacja Kultury Chrześcijańskiej (Christian Culture Foundation) 'Znak' form Cracow since 2002. The website is focused on providing information on various religions and cultures and also activities undertaken by organisations it cooperates with: Polska Akcja Humanitarna, Stowarzyszenie Jeden Świat, Stowarzyszenie Vox Humana, Stowarzyszenie Willa Decjusza, Kolegium Europy Wschodniej, Związek Ukraińców w Polsce, Stowarzyszenie Wschodnia Perspektywa and others.
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