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Conference: Poland

Thanks to the support of The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Stalowa Wola Campus, the conference is free.  However, the conference organizers require that you complete a brief survey in order to register. The results of this survey will help us plan more effectively for this and future conferences.  Go to survey.  

Dates and Locations 
December 8, 2016 (Thursday): introductory sessions in Stalowa Wola John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Off-Campus Faculty of Law & Social Sciences Ofiar Katynia 6a, 37-450 Stalowa Wola (Map)

December 9, 2016 (Friday): education workshops in Stalowa Wola John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Off-Campus Faculty of Law & Social Sciences Solidarity Hall of the University Foundation
Ofiar Katynia 8a, 37-450 Stalowa Wola (Map)
Sessions begin at 9:30 A.M.
December 10, 2016 (Saturday)panel sessions in Stalowa Wola 

John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin,Off-Campus Faculty of Law & Social Sciences

Kwiatkowskiego 3A, 37-450 Stalowa Wola (Map

December 11, 2016 (Sunday)panel sessions in Sandomierz 

Vincent Kadłubek Theological Institute

Mariacka 9, 27-600 Sandomierz (Map)
Sessions end at 18:00 (6:00 P.M.)

Organizers will provide free transportation to and from Sandomierz and Stalowa Wola on Saturday. 
Conference sessions will emphasize discussion so participants can address issues pertinent to their individual concerns. See links at left for details on registration, accommodations, meals, directions, and preconference readings.

Because the conference will take place in Stalowa Wola and Sandomierz, Central and Eastern European citizens will have an opportunity to attend a conference closer to home. Sandomierz is especially worth seeing since it is one of the oldest and historically most significant cities in Poland. 

The agenda will address the needs of those seeking help and those who want to help others.

Speakers will include some of the cultic studies field’s most experienced professionals, as well former members and family members who will share their experiences.  

Because ICSA is firmly committed to freedom of thought, expression, and religion, its conferences are open to people from diverse backgrounds with diverse points of view. Opinions expressed are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of ICSA’s directors, staff, or supporters. Former group members dealing with recovery issues should keep these points in mind. 
Please tell others about this conference. We hope you join us! 


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