The General  Board of the Polish-Uzbek Society called DUSTLIC has been established with their official location at the Academy of Applied Sciences  (former University of International Relations and Social Communication). The university has been supporting institutional  activities of the Polish – Uzbek Society primarily by the participation of the UIRSC academic staff in common enterprises  such as national and foreign conferences.

On June 23rd, 2018 we were celebrating the fifth anniversary  of the Polish – Uzbek Society at our university and were honored to host some of the most prominent representatives of the Uzbekistan diplomatic services.


On 2017, in the Ukrainian town of Kamieniec  Podolski, the Information and Consultation Point of the UIRSC was set up. At the university, we organize the meetings and events devoted to the problems of the modern Europe. The issues connected with the benefits resulting from Poland’s membership  in the European Union are dealt with, as well as those concerning  the development of civil society and current problems connected with the Polish cooperation with the EU.


The Sloviani Foundation, the leader of the Fund for Regional Cooperation, has invited us cooperate with them in the implementation  of the “EEA and Norway Grants” project that commences in March 2019 and will last till 2024. The main objective of the project will focus on the support provided to the youth threatened by social exclusion. The project title is: “Development of multicultural education in Central and Eastern Europe – organization of joint centers for educating and advancing qualification of young people, including those at risk and from the Roma community”.  The general support fields of the “EEA and Norway Grant” include:

– Innovation, Research, Education and Competitiveness;

– Social Inclusion, Youth Employment and Poverty Reduction;

– Environment, Energy, Climate Change and Low Carbon Economy;

– Culture, Civil Society, Good Governance and Fundamental Rights;

– Justice and Home Affairs;


Academy of Applied Sciences (former University of International Relations and Social Communication) in collaboration with the Polish Television , (TVP 3 Lublin, local channel) and  other public institutions such as the Society of the Montenegro Poles is preparing  an international production of the film showing the life of the former Yugoslavia and the Polish community living there.

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