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    Voting in the European Best Destination 2023 plebiscite is about to begin. The capital is the only Polish city to be among the 20 European cities nominated for the finals. Will Warsaw be recognized as the most attractive city in Europe for tourists in 2023?

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    Why is it worth settling the PIT in the capital? Tax funds help to develop the city. New schools, buses, support for families and the needy - these are only some of the tasks for which the funds can be allocated. This year, the residents have one more reason to settle their taxes in Warsaw. You can win a car and other attractive prizes in the PIT lottery organised by the city.

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    Nearly 30 tons of unsold food were salvaged at Warsaw's markets. Seventy-six schools are taking part in the "School does not waste" project involving 43 foodsharing points operating in the city. Warsaw reduces food waste.

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    Holidays are getting closer and closer Residents who have not yet bought a Christmas tree can still do so in almost every district. And Warsaw again encourages you to buy a Christmas tree in a pot. After Christmas, you can transplant it into your own garden or give it to be planted in the Warsaw forest.

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    Warsaw Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski has pledged further assistance to his Lviv counterpart, Andriy Sadovyi. A working meeting between the two local government officials was held in Warsaw today.

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    From now on, young Varsovians benefit from new municipal nurseries in Bielany and Ursus. Over 300 children are provided with free care in two modern facilities. Warsaw is the first city in Poland to introduce a free nursery care program.

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    The capital will allocate over PLN 40 million for the next edition of the infertility treatment program using the extracorporeal method. In the years 2023-2025, Warsaw will also provide free classes at the birthing school for over 10,000 pregnant women – the total cost of the program will amount to nearly PLN 16 million.

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    Films, theatre performances and programmes – these and other productions can be viewed from the comfort of your home on the Warsaw VOD platform. Selected films from the Kamera Dawida (EN- Camera of David) Warsaw Jewish Film Festival are also available until the end of December.

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    On December 10, we celebrate International Human Rights Day, which in Warsaw concludes the Human Rights Week - a series of various events promoting the subject of equal treatment and non-discrimination.

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    The capital is already lit up by Christmas illumination. It was symbolically activated by Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski by turning on the Christmas tree illumination on the Castle Square. Earlier, lights shone on Trakt Królewski (the Royal Route) and the Old Town.

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    It has been 9 months since the Russian aggression against Ukraine. Today in the European Parliament, President Rafał Trzaskowski will talk about how Warsaw has coped with the war-induced refugee crisis and continues to do so. He will also talk about further needs and challenges for the city.

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    The free ice skating rink at the Palace of Culture and Science opens its doors on Thursday, December 1st. Warsaw will open 12 city-funded skating rinks. The most popular and crowded are the ones at Stegny, the Old Town Square and PKiN.

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    "I'm proud of you, Volunteers! ~Warszawa”. On Monday, a municipal social campaign was launched to promote volunteering.

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    Attractive and safe playgrounds, more kilometres of comfortable bicycle routes, interesting events close to home. These are the ideas that appear in Warsaw thanks to the activity of its residents. They are presented by a newly launched municipal information campaign.

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    The Varsovians chose the 2022 Warsaw Woman of the Year. This year's winner of the plebiscite is the educator Małgorzata Szumowska. During the ceremonial gala at the Polin Museum of Polish Jews, she received the statuette from the Mayor of the City of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski. The special distinction was given to Wanda Traczyk-Stawska, who was awarded the title of the Female Varsovian of Generations.

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    Five exceptionally strong festival sections: a retrospective of masterpieces by Taiwanese master Edward Yang, Hong Kong cinematography from the last 25 years, Japanese films to put people into good mood, New Asia Cinema and Asian Cinerama, i.e. the films of masters. The stationary edition of the Five Flavours Asian Film Festival (PL- Azjatycki Festiwal Filmowy Pięciu Smaków) will begin on Wednesday and last until November 23.

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    Last Thursday, November 10, a workshop on collective writing of the urban Guide for Migrant Women took place, as a part of the Connection project, co-financed by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF). The project is implemented by partner cities involved in the EUROCITIES initiative.

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    The International Cooperation Office has concluded a competition for small subsidies to support the integration of foreigners legally residing in the territory of Poland and living or planning to live in Warsaw. There have been five projects selected, presenting various ideas for integrating Warsaw residents of various nations.

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    Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Oczyszczania (EN- Municipal Cleaning Company) in the City of Warsaw has thoroughly renovated one of its garbage trucks. Today, the repaired vehicle was handed over to the Ukrainian municipality of Wyhoda, which during the first period of the war welcomed residents from the eastern part of the country.

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    Warsaw’s council members have passed a resolution on further subsidies for the in vitro method infertility treatment program. The city has secured over PLN 40 mil. for another, 3-year period of the program. Nearly 1700 children were born thanks to the in vitro program since 2017.