Midlands Polish Community Association



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"There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about" Oscar Wilde

The Midlands Polish Community Association, was built for people who are interested in Polish culture.

We are here to promote social and cultural events or initiatives, to broaden cultural awarness and diversity and to aid social integration in Midlands and to assist people who have immigrated from Poland and are currently living within the Midlands area to integrate into local society.



Members of MPCA collaborated as researchers with Angus McCabe from the Univeristy of Birmingham in a project funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation on the poverty and migrant communities

APRIL 2013

In War & Peace, collected memories of Birmingham's Poles was exhibited in the Atrium at Newman University Birmingham from January to April 2013. The University held an evening launch and celebration for the Polish people who had told their stories and the team from MPCA. At the close of teh exhibition the University asked to hold the exhibition on a permenant basis to use as teaching material for students at Newman and school children in the local area.

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We held an Open day at Trident on 29th November 2012

APRIL 2012

We took a part in BBC WM Radio show hosted by Carl Chinn, talking about the 'In war and peace' project


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