Human Rights in Poland

What you should know about… Human Rights in Poland

Have you ever been to Poland? Maybe in Cracow or Wroclaw? My name is Iwona, I’m from Poland and… I would like to take you for a journey on which you can discover bright and dark sights of my country.

In the last years, Poland became one of the most conservative countries in the European Union concerning human rights. Why?

Well, let’s see what are the components of Polish culture and history and what are the social and political parties of the on-going (fortunately, peaceful) conflict of ideas and worldview in Poland.

Why in 2016 polish women came out to the streets of 147 polish cities? What was the ‘Black Monday’ that became a symbol of women solidarity?

If you are interested in answers to those questions, join our webinar on ZOOM on 17th of December 2020 at 18:30. In order to receive the link, register on this form or send me an email to See you there!

IMPORTANT! You will receive the link to join the room in zoom the same day of the event. If you will join from your mobile, you will need to download the application.

Note! The webinar will be held in English.

Aquesta activitat compta amb el suport del programa Cos Europeu de Solidaritat de Comissió Europea, de l’Ajuntament de Barcelona i de la Generalitat de Catalunya.

2020-12-17 18:30 2020-12-17 19:30 Europe/Madrid Human Rights in Poland

15 d’octubre a les 17:30h. Sessió informativa per resoldre dubtes sobre el programa Cos Europeu de Solidaritat.