Returns in 2020

In 2020, despite the limitations related to the pandemic, and therefore also travel, 9 people decided to return to  Poland to undergo addiction treatment and to return to their families.
We are glad that we had an opportunity to help these people to start rebuilding their lives and we hope that we will still be able to help those in need.

15 returns in 2019!

From January 2019 to the end of the year, 15 people have already returned to Poland and other CEE countries, aiming to start the addiction treatment in rehabilitation centers and reestablish contact with their families. BARKA IS keeps on helping others!

BARKA IS at the meeting with Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs

Last Saturday, 7th of April 2019, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jacek Czaputowicz, met Polish immigrants in Iceland. Tomasz Flinik, the representative of Barka IS, talked about the support provided to Polish citizens in difficult life situations by our organization in the capital area. The meeting took place in the Polish Embassy in Reykjavik.

Tomasz Flinik (Barka IS) attended the meeting with Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Jacek Czaputowicz and Polish Ambassador Gerard Pokruszynski/ fot. FB Polish Embassy in Reykjavik

Job openning – Assistant in Reykjavik


Job opening!
We are currently recruiting for an Assistant position for Barka IS project!
You can find more information here!
Apply by the 5th of September 2018!


Rusza rekrutacja na pozycje Asystenta przy projekcie Barka IS!
Więcej informacji i opis stanowiska znajdziecie tutaj!
Rekrutacja trwa do 5go wrzesnia!
Zapraszamy do składania aplikacji!