Joanna Marcinkowska, who works now at the Human Rights Office Reykjavikurborg was interviewed about our Barka IS project, which has already worked in Iceland for half a year. Joanna is very involved in the project and thanks to her Barka foundation was invited to cooperate with Reykjavikurborg.
You can listen to the interview here: it starts at 44th minute.
The follow – up interview about Barka IS project has been released on 19th June in RUV radio.
We talked about how the project is going, about 6 reconnections that have taken place so far and about project´s future. You can read the whole article here.
At the end of May, there was an offcial meeting which Barka IS coordinator and Reykjavikurborg representatives took part in. Both parties mutually decided on extending and renewing the contract til the end of 2017 😉
The contract was signed on 19th of June 2017.
You can read more about it here on Reykjavikurborg website.
We are truly happy to be able to continue working in Iceland. Previous months have showed us how much Barka IS work is needed in Reykjavik.
We are very excited for the future and ready for any challenge the next half a year may bring!