Room for action - girls' activist workshops
In September and October this year Dagmara Magryta and Beata Janus, HIA Poland senior fellows, are to implement their action project within the framework of the Wrocław-based Microgrants.
HER Docs Film Festival
HER Docs Film Festival is the first documentary film festival in Poland presenting the oeuvre of womxn filmmakers.
Mental Health Buddies Network (Sieć Przyjaciół Zdrowia Psychicznego)
Mental Health Buddies has become a widely recognized and award-winning grass-roots project. Its core objective is to ensure that every person struggling with a mental health problem – i.e. anyone who has ever felt isolated, misunderstood, or stigmatized – receives the necessary support.
Hospitality Initiative (Inicjatywa Gośc-inność)
Humanity in Action Senior Fellow Nina Lazarcyzk created educational cooking workshops called Hospitality Workshops (GośćInność) dedicated for the youth, run by migrants and refugees in order to bring people together.
A Listening Experiment / Ein Zu(g)hör-Experiment: Berlin-Wrocław-Berlin
After participating in an active listening experiment, Senior Fellows Claire Luzia Leifert and Levke Burfeind were inspired to co-organize their own Active Listening workshop and Free Listening Flashmob in the market square of Wrocław, Poland.
Empowering Victims to Report Hate Speech in Poznan, Poland
Empowering Victims to Report Hate Speech in Poznan, Poland was created by Senior Fellow Grazyna Baranowska in which she organized for a number of volunteers to be trained in identifying and reporting hate speech as well as in offering immediate support to victims of such.
Conflict Kitchen (Kuchnia Konfliktu)
Conflict Kitchen (Kuchnia Konfliktu) is a socially-involved restaurant co-created with refugees which serves dishes from those regions which are currently in the midst of war.
Space & Memory: The Presence of Jewish Absence in Poland's Contemporary Landscape
Humanity in Action Senior Fellows Łukasz Posłuszny, Michelle Shofet, and Marissa Sophie Schneiderman created this project, sought to re-conceptualize the ways of remembering the war and the Holocaust, and to discuss social aesthetics of monuments and alternative forms of memory in the context of trauma, and on the other hand it also promoted tolerance among young people and a desire to fight anti-Semitism.