The Natolin students of the 2023-24 Madeleine Albright promotion recently participated in a Consent and Boundaries workshop, conducted on both Tuesday, 12 September and Thursday, 14 September, on-site.
This workshop marks a significant milestone in the Natolin community-building endeavours, aiming to create a safe and respectful environment for all students. The programme was designed to be interactive, encouraging students to openly express their perspectives while gaining valuable knowledge. By the end of the workshop, participants had a deeper understanding of the importance of consent and personal boundaries, along with the practical knowledge of how to give consent and respond to potentially hazardous situations. These activities are held at the beginning of each academic year at Natolin and constitute a fundamental basis for learning about barriers, consent, and interpersonal relationships.
The workshop was led by the expert Ms Martyna MARKIEWICZ, a diversity and anti-discrimination trainer. With more than 20 years of experience in the social sector, cooperating with various organizations, companies, institutions, and groups, Ms MARKIEWICZ prepared this training for the students of the College of Europe in Natolin.