The Kazimierz Series is a dynamic joint project between SAISAD and KSSM that aims to create consciousness about migration through the publication of the migration stories behind small entrepreneurs in Kraków.
The project has three stages of implementation that go from the selection, official logo’s design, initial round of interviews and generation of questions in the first stage; the second stage with the final round of interviews and publication of the stories; and the last and third stage with the organization of a networking event to connect the participants with the public and private sectors.
“Kazimierz” is a reference to the iconic Kazimierz III Wielki, who granted privileges and protections in favor of migrant Jewish communities, to settle in Poland.
The project consists in a form in which people will be able to send kind anonymous (or signed) messages on Valentine’s day to people they admire.
This project aims at teaching SAIAD members public speaking skills and will be made in cooperation with Elsa Krakow. It will be divided into two parts: theoretical and practical. The first part will consist of lectures on artificial intelligence and war and defence in space. The second part will focus on workshops on public speaking, self-presentation and creation of logical and comprehensive argumentation and correct structure in speeches with focus on implementing the above skills through public speaking and debating exercises.
Legends of Kazimierz
Historic guided tour about the life of Polish Jews in Kazimierz. The duration of the tour is 1 hour and 20 minutes. The main goal of the event is to give an overview of the Polish-Jewish culture in Poland and introduce the participants to the most popular Jewish legends of Krakow.
Anti-Human Trafficking Workshop
Being an expert in human trafficking, with years of experience, working in its prevention at the grassroots level in Mexico and Latin America, Maria Creel, will provide us a 2-day workshop with theoretical and practical examples of project implementation in the field of security, specifically in the context of Mexico.
How to apply for International Organization
The project presents experts with experience on the field to provide testimonies on how to apply for International Organizations.
Uterus and Choice
Workshop to explain abortion from a feminist and public health perspective. In this workshop, the intention is to explain this issue from a quantitative point, considering women’s bodies and choices. The speaker will show different angles to the debate. There will also be a Q&A moment, for participants to clarify their doubts considering the issue.
Stand against domestic violence
This project is multifaced and intends to create awareness about domestic violence and abuse, and help people identify it, denounce in the necessary cases, and support victims. The intention is to bring this issue to light and create a net of safety and resources to build a safer society.
Some people suffer from domestic violence and abuse without realizing the seriousness of it. This project aims to hold workshops, training, and publications to achieve effective results, being a long-term project.
NATO Youth Delegate
In this informal lecture the representative of North Atlantic Treaty Organization Youth Delegate of Poland will give us insight on many issues considering the Organization. We will get information about Poland’s position in NATO with a security point of view and basic insight about NATO in Europe. We will also be educated on how to get involved in the NATO organization as a young person and other useful information for people seeking to work with the international organization.
UN Polish Youth Delegate
Agnieszka Wojcik was an United Nations Youth Delegate of Poland durin 2019 to 2020. She will be able to tell us about her experiences being a youth delegate and how she manage dit being a young person. She will also provide us a clear view of United Nations role in the world. What kind of collaborations UN is involved in what kind of actions it takes.
Recruitment experiences at UNODC
In this project we will cooperate with Suzana Paz, the head of Human Resources of United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime Mexico. She has been part of many interviews with people looking to work for the United Nations and thus her experience and guidance will help us to acquire the practical knowledge of the recruitment process used in big international organizations. Suzana Paz is the perfect professional to help us fulfil our knowledge and readiness for future interviews with international organizations.
UJ top graduates testimony
In this project, two (or more) top graduates from the Jagiellonian University will participate in creating an output, which should help other students, current and potential, in managing their expectations for before, during and after Master’s programs.
This project is a cooperative one with AGH, where the aim is to create and hold a co-hosted workshop focused on cybersecurity. AGH will bring in the practical technological knowledge, while SAIAD will add theoretical and politically oriented perspective to the matter- this should create a multi-dimensional and educational workshop for the participants.
Cooperation with the University of Warsaw
This project is aimed at facilitating cooperation between SAIAD and the University of Warsaw. A selected individual from there will share their experiences working with/in the UN, to help students that are potentially interested in working in such environment to breach the psychological gap between expectations and reality.
As networking is one of the main objectives of SAIAD, building up relationships with the private sector is fundamental. The rounds consist on visits to the shops that help out to improving our networking skills and help out entrepreneurs in Krakow.
Brainstorming Happy Hour
The event is focused on people from inside SAIAD. The idea of the event is to unite everyone to make a big brainstorming. The goal is to leave some ideas for the future so the next generation of team leaders can have where to start or can use these ideas if they like them, or when they have a creative block and need somewhere to start. The event will also be good to integrate all the members of SAIAD so we can get to know each other a bit more.
Joint activities with the Student Self-Government that aim at creating consciousness around environmental topics based on the Sustainable Development Goals by the United Nations.
Meet & Greet with a Former United Nations Youth Delegate
The project aims at obtaining the best experiences from a Former United Nations Youth Delegate to help the students into their professional paths.
Operation Diplomat: Climate Action
Operation Diplomat is an international project made by students for students.
Organized by SAIAD, organization of the Jagiellonian University and AEGEE-Kraków, its main goal is to provide young people with tools to take an active approach when it comes to worldwide changes that affect all of us.
This year's topic is Climate Action. Climate change, air pollution, overloading of the atmosphere and ocean waters with carbon are the global issues the world is facing now. We are going to discuss the environmental problems in Europe, diplomacy, active work and projects of world organizations.