Invisible hands


Participating institutions:

  1. József Attila High School, Secondary School and Vocational School of the Berettyóújfalu Vocational Training Center, Polgár
  2. Nyíregyháza-Kertvárosi Reformed Church ISK - Daycare Home for People with Mental Disabilities
  3. Jósa András Museum

Number of students: 10+7

Number of teachers: 2+2

Number of meetings: 4

The teachers of the two schools are volunteers of the Common Ground program initiated by Centropa Foundation. During the project, the individual sensitization of students and building bridges between disadvantaged students and their healthy counterparts were considered as a primary aim. During the project, students were able to get acquainted with each other by working together, and the students of the two countryside schools could also visit Budapest. In the first phase of cooperation, students painted the walls of a kindergarten, while the second output was a rock garden built in the yard of the József Attila School. 


Supported by a grant from the Open Society Institute Foundations, the US Embassy in Budapest, the Europe for Citizens, European Remebrance program, the Mazsihisz, the National Coopreation fund, the Mozaik Hub, and the Gallic Fund

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Cooperation project
József Attila High School, Polgár
Nyíregyháza-Kertvárosi Reformed Church ISK

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